Exploratory Analysis of Earthquake Data

Giorgio Garziano walks us through an earthquake data set:

Boxplots for each quantitative variables are shown. We take advantage of the quantitative variable names (quantitative_vars) determined before to apply a ggplot2 package based boxplot function. The Y axis labeling and title are determined by the variable to be plot. Further, legend is not displayed and we adopt the coordinate flip option for improved readability.

Check it out to get an idea of how to do exploratory data analysis.

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