Thanks @lancy.yang for considering my suggestions.

lancy.yang

It is true I am out of practice with markdown cell formatting, having been using a different IDE to write most of the code for this project. I need to practice that so thank you for the suggestion!

It’s great to learn that you are out of practice with markdown cell formatting, you can check out this link as well , you will find a quick useful cheat sheet on Markdown syntax .

lancy.yang

Curiously, my calculation for **Ask Posts** ’s averages # of points ended up something like 0.002294 so the conclusion is that Ask Post receives less points than Show Posts, but more comments than ‘Show Posts’. Does that make?

Actually this very true, like average points is not that dependent on number of comments received , and you may end up with a post with less number points but with high number of comments on average. My worry is the ratio , like `0.002294 : 27.56`

implies for every **1** point received in `Ask Post`

, `Show Post `

received like about **12,013** points . In many occasions, `ask post`

received over **20 points**, this then implies that most of number of points in `show post`

is **240,000** which cannot output an average of **27.56**.

So I checked through your code lines and I realized the mistake, In your workings , you did wrong addition assignment for the **total points** in `ask post`

, the addition operator(`+`

) followed the (`=`

) operator which shouldn’t be the case that is,(`+=`

is the correct assignment and not `=+`

), and that’s why you ended up with a an average value of **0.00**. Hope you will checked on that.

lancy.yang

Also I’m not sure how to do this. Is this doing a **Cell–>run all** ?

To re-run your project to achieve the sequential ordering, you click on the **Kernel** on the bar and you hove over to where it’s indicated **Restart & Run All**. I think the image below will do better;