# The results have been change

Hello,
In lesson 13: Filtering for the Intervals, I’ve written these codes:
rating_count_tot =
for row in apps_data[1:]:
rating = int (row[5])
rating_count_tot.append(rating)
ratings_max=max(rating_count_tot)
ratings_min= min(rating_count_tot)
print (ratings_max)
print (ratings_min)
user_ratings_freq = {‘0-300000’:0, ‘300000-600000’:0, ‘600000-1000000’: 0, ‘1000000+’:0}
for row in apps_data[1:]:
user_ratings= float(row[5])
if user_ratings<=300000:
user_ratings_freq[‘0-300000’]+=1
elif 300000<user_ratings<=600000:
user_ratings_freq[‘300000-600000’]+=1
elif 600000 <user_ratings<= 1000000:
user_ratings_freq[‘600000-1000000’]+=1
elif user_ratings >1000000:
user_ratings_freq[‘1000000+’]+=1
print(user_ratings_freq)
and the result is 2974676
0
{‘1000000+’: 6, ‘300000-600000’: 42, ‘0-300000’: 7139, ‘600000-1000000’: 10}
But if I change from if user_ratings<=300000 to 0<user-ratings<=300000, the result becomes
2974676
0
{‘600000-1000000’: 10, ‘1000000+’: 6, ‘0-300000’: 6210, ‘300000-600000’: 42}
The frequency of 0-300000 is changed from 7139 to 6210? It means that there might be the value lower than 0. But the minimum value is 0.0?
`0 < user_ratings <= 300000` will not include ratings of `0.0` because we have used the `<` symbol. If you change this to `0 <= user_ratings <= 300000`, then you get the same results as `user_ratings <= 300000` because we are including those 929 apps with a `0.0` rating.