How many steps does it take to see a kangaroo? I started wondering this soon after moving to the center of the Australian Outback. So, with the assistance of my Fitbit, I started recording the number of steps I took after walking out the front door until I saw a kangaroo.
It turns that out it took an average of 1992 steps, with a standard deviation of 734. The minimum was 1041 steps and the maximum was 3333.
# Now let's plot it using seaborn # Make it large fig, ax = plt.subplots(figsize=(10,6)) # Set some style preferences sns.set(style="ticks", palette="deep", color_codes=True, font_scale=1.5) # Create the boxplot ax = sns.boxplot(x="Steps", data=df, whis=np.inf, color="c") # Add in points to show each observation sns.stripplot(x="Steps", data=df, size=10, color=".3", linewidth=0) ax.set_xticks(ax.get_xticks()) sns.despine(trim=True) plt.title('How many steps does it take to see a kangaroo?', size = 16)
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