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Show and tell

In this step, we want you to share the results of your data investigations with other learners.
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Now you have performed your data investigation and found out answers to your research questions. Can you present these answers in an accessible, understandable way? You might want to use some of the visualization techniques we explored in week two of the course.

When you have generated something of interest, please share your work with other course participants. You can either post your code and output on github, or use our Teaching Data Science padlet to show us what you have achieved.

The link below will explain how to use padlet if you haven’t used it before:

How to use Padlet

We are very keen to see how everyone is getting on. Please don’t be shy! We want to see your results, and provide encouraging, constructive feedback on your investigations.

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