Explore San Francisco City Employee Salary Data

Explore San Francisco City Employee Salary Data

Using this Kaggle dataset, you will explore which type of employees make less or more money, or which employees get normal pay hikes and promotions.


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What will you learn

Understanding the problem statement
Importing a zipped dataset
Installing necessary libraries and understanding its use
Different types of datatypes
Using the summary function in R and interpreting its output
Converting factor to numerical type
Performing basic EDA and checking for null values
Filling the null values using appropriate methods
Using ggplot fo rvisualization
Visualization through scatter plot and understanding the spread
Grouping different columns and plotting density plots to understand the distribution
Using boxplot and whisker plot for visualizing outliers
What are outliers and why is it necessary to fix outliers
Quantile plots to check the normality of data

Project Description

The best way to understand how a city government works is to look at what kind of employees it employs and how they are compensated. This kaggle SF Salaries dataset contains the name, job title and compensation offered to San Francisco city employees annually from 2011 to 2014.

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Curriculum For This Mini Project

05h 41m