Hello @artur.sannikov96 , thank you for your encouraging feedback and your detailed review comments! Much appreciated!
For most of your feedback points, my response is: “clear, agreed, up-to-me to improve!” (E.g. not using
input as an argument name… how could I… ). I will make updates when the time is right.
For some of your feedback points, let me respond.
This is a row from the dataset:
“Question:” In 1963, live on “The Art Linkletter Show”, this company served its billionth burger
So if a participant gets this question, then he may (or may not) come up with the answer. That I would understand.
However, the game play description online says that people rather get an answer and should come up with a question. Now, suppose you are a participant that is confronted with (answer) “McDonalds”, I can imagine you would come up with a question like “Which hamburger chain has a big yellow letter?”. Or with “Where do you go to daily in case you want to get supersized as soon as you can?” But no way you will come up with “Which company sold its millionth burger live on the Art Linkletter show in 1963?”.
So that is what confused me a bit. I could not match the “Question” and “Answer” columns in the dataframe with the description of the game play that I found online.
This one is odd. In this Markup cell, I have this:
Next, we'll change column Value
into a numeric field, to be able to manipulate it easier. In the samples so far we see entries like \\$200 and \\$1,800. Let's first check if there is more.
I added the backslashes, since without those I actually got this when running the cell:
Adding the backslashes solved it for me on my laptop. I just checked once more, it shows correct there. However here in the viewer on this platform it renders differently and there is the
\ that you pointed out.
I don’t know how to solve that. Any idea…? (And regularly have such issues that Markup cells appear differently on my own laptop than in an Notebook viewer).
Here I wasn’t sure what you meant. Could you elaborate? Note that in  I am creating a function with two numbers as return arguments. I use that function in cell  to fill a dictionary with some numbers.