Hi @jithins123 ,
I looked through your project, everything is perfect, as always. Well, here I agree with you that it was not the most challenging DQ project so far, and a big part of the code from the previous missions was already pre-written.
Anyway, I liked the way how you organized this project, and the idea to gather all the codes for visualization in the same code cell (I had a different approach, and now I am envious about yours ). That giant code cell was very well-commented, great idea to combine lateral comments for explanations and central ones for a kind of code sub-sections. Also it was good to introduce x and y variables, it made the whole code more readable.
Your conclusions look curious to me, because they are completely different from my own ones. From my point, of view it was mostly about the fact that historically, usually women don’t care about some majors, while men don’t care about the others. Let’s say, this gender gap, in given case, is not an unfair issue to be resolved, it’s just a natural choice. I really cannot imagine that, for example, a lot of men suddenly become interested in Education category, or a lot of women - in Engineering. Even though, judging by these plots, sometimes it really happens (Communications and Journalism, Psychology). I would say, in very few cases this gap was really unfair and prejudiced towards women, like in Business or Politics categories: in those spheres women were just mostly ignored and not accepted. But fortunately, life changes, global preferences and stereotypes also, and so do some of these trends.
Well, this time my comment was mostly philosophical Happy coding!