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Title of your report
Your name, your id
Course name, Assignment …
VIT address
Lecturer name
A very
ief summary of 5-10 lines, what analytics you are doing here, steps and so on.
I. Introduction
verviw of project you are doing. This is kind of introduction and literature review of the report. When someone read only this part, should understand what you are going to do in next section and the motivation and why someone spends time to read your report.
You should also talk about the data and steps in
ief. I expect a page of writing for summary. You can do some literature review from internet and use them here.
I expect at least the following sections after this: 1) Discussion, 2) Conclusion, 3) Reference and 4) Appendix for your code. The below is only a template. Remove the text and type your own discussion and graphs.
In reference section, you might have references.
II. Discussion and Analytics
Your discussion and your graphs all should be here. Graphs need to be labeled, e.g. Fig 1, and discussed inside the context.
Put label below the figure and discuss them inside the text. At least 4-6 plots. Plots should be the results of your python code.
III. Conclusion
You need to conclude your results and give recommendation.
Recommendations and so on.
If someone helped you in preparing and implementing python code, you should acknowledge him/her here..
[1] Reference 1.
[2] Reference 2
[3] Reference 3.
[4] Reference 4.
[5] Reference 5.
Appendix: Python Implementation
Copy or type your python code here. Make sure it is enough clear to follow. When I implement your code, I should get the same results.

Student Guidelines
Assessment 1
Research Study & Presentation
Due: 22 December XXXXXXXXXX:59 pm
Total Weightage: 20%
Individual assignment
Python is one of the most frequently used programming languages in many fields, particularly in data science. It
is also one of the best data science tools for the big data job.
The assignment has two phases: 1) writing a report and 2) presentation of findings using Python codes.
1. Report (Weightage: 10%)
Choose data:
Choose a data from Kaggle website, https: , or a government open source data. You
can also use Twitter data, which you can download using Python Tweepy package.
Find out what you can do with that data or what kind of decision making you can do with it. First (Step 1), do an
exploratory data analysis on the data that you have gathered. Exploratory data analysis is an approach for
analysing data sets to summarize their main characteristics, often with visual methods. Then (Step 2), Build a
machine learning model on top of your data and make necessary recommendations.
Python implementation:
To be consistent with all students, implementation must be done in google Colab:
Colab is a free notebook environment that requires no setup and runs entirely in the cloud. You need to login to
google Colab and write your Python code for analysing the data. Add your google Colab account showing your
name on it into your report, by clicking orange button on top-right corner and taking screenshot.
Your report should have XXXXXXXXXXwords addressing the following: information on the data and why it is
important, literature review on the data and methodology you are going to work, what you are going to solve
and how, plots and recommendations. The report should have at least 4-6 plots (screenshots) from your findings
with explanations.
2. Presentation (Weightage: 10%)
The presentation should be a maximum of 10 minutes. It must cover the research report, research findings and
visualisation and step by step discussion on how you’ve done this project.

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Your report should be a single word or pdf document containing your report.
Your presentation file should have a standard video format and it should not exceed 200 MB. Slides and your
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Madrid Data Analysis
Your name, your id
Course name, Assignment …
VIT address
Lecturer name
This report is based on the analysis of Madrid hotel data. This dataset includes the data about the hotels present in the regions of the Madrid and their features. It consists of columns for the prices and room types of the hotel. Exploratory data analysis is used to analyze the data and all the possible outcomes of it. It is used to get the results in pictorial form which is easier to understand. Python is used to implement the EDA as it provides multiple li
aries to store the data into an object and draw out the graphs and charts based on the conditions.
I. Introduction
This report is all about data analysis done on the dataset of the Madrid hotels. Exploratory data analysis is an approach or can be called as a philosophy which is used to analyze and visualize the insights of a dataset. A dataset can be of thousands of rows which can’t be processed or analyzed by a human mind. EDA helps to analyze the data in a co
ect and attractive manner which reduces the human effort and gives the result according to the conditions. EDA helps to identify all the missing values of the dataset. It helps to analyze the relationship between various variables. Supervised learning is a type of machine learning which uses the predict labels. I used Python to analyze the dataset. Python provides a long list of the li
aries which can be used to read the data from a file and plot the graph. We just need to include the li
ary and we can use the functions related with those li
aries. It is one of the easiest languages for the implementation of the EDA.
I chose a dataset from the Kaggle for this task. This dataset is for the analysis of the hotel stay of the guest to help new visitors to choose the hotel. This dataset contains multiple columns and more than thousands of rows which makes the analysis more real.
Here are the columns of the dataset included in the analysis
· Id – unique id for each row
· Name- hotel name
· host_id – id of the hotel
· host_name – name of the hotel
· neighbourhood_group – neighborhood group name for the hotel
· Neighbourhood – neighborhood name for the hotel
· Latitude- latitude values of the hotel location
· Longitude – longitude location of the hotel
· room_type- type of the room available in the hotel
· Price – price of the room in the hotel
· minimum_nights – minimum nights guest has stayed in a room
· number_of_reviews – reviews submitted by the guest of a hotel
· last_review- last review for a hotel
· reviews_per_month – reviews submitted in a particular month
· calculated_host_listings_count
· availability_365- availability of the room in a hotel
II. Discussion and Analytics
Before implementing the EDA on any dataset, we should make sure that the data does not contain any e
or. The data should be free from any e
or so that the analyzed result is also not co
upted. The first step for the code is to include the pandas and NumPy in the code. These li
aries are used to read the csv file from the system and store the dataset into an object. Python reads the data from the data frame instead of the dataset. All the columns can be retrieved from the data frame by simply calling the .column method. This method will return the name of all the columns. We can use .shape to get the shape of the data, .head to get few rows from the top of the dataset, .describe to get the features of the data and there are many other functions which help us to understand the data in the best possible way. To analyze a dataset, we should understand it first. The understanding of the dataset helps to collect the questions. These questions can be helpful to get the result from the datasets.
To plot the graphs based on the conditions we need to include the seaborn and matplotlib li
aries of the python. The matplotlib includes different types of graph formats and designs. It allows to plot customized graphs.
The analysis which I made was about the price and neighborhood group column. For this graph I used the condition of greater than on the values of price column. The size of the graph is (16,6) and x axis is for neighbourhood_group and y axis represent the price which is greated than 3000. This graph tells us about the hotels where room is having price more than 3000.
Fig1. Graph between neighborhood_group and...

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