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Source: Stardew Valley
Tool: Microsoft Excel
All frozen geodes were broken open by Clint at 2:30 PM on Monday the 22nd in the Fall season.
Here is a link to my previous results on regular geodes.
I would have loved to recorded the data using a much larger sample size, however it is a very time consuming process, especially for a game.
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Using a raspberry pi, Python and a couple of temperature sensors I sample the temperature at the top and bottom of my hot water (immersion heater) every 5 minutes. Why? Because I can. I send this via MQTT to another pi and display it using Node-Red. In the winter months I can them optimize bath time for when the water is hottest :-)
In this case I'm displaying the data in Qlikview together with local daily air temperature I've pulled off the web. Note that as the house was empty over Christmas the bottom of the tank warmed up and this shows up in the data.
you should ditch the hot water heater you have and go tankless. my monthly bill was cut in half when I replaced my old style hot water heater with a tankless electric model.
Collected data using the code here (includes data file). Collects data from Reddit.
Made using Excel. Data table here. On the graph, if 0 subscribers, then the subreddit does not exist.
Got the idea from /u/nafrotag at their r/dataisbeautiful submission
Log-transformed because the numbers were just too large to show on one Excel plot
First time posting something, hopefully I did it correctly :)
The amount of public holidays differs from district to district, Berlin has the lowest (9) and the city of Augsburg tops everyone else with 14 days off per year.
Edit: Messed up one district, Minden-Lübecke is part of North Rhine-Westfalia and has 11 days off instead of 10: https://i.imgur.com/gjo5lck.png
Source: List of Public holidays in Germany (German article)
As an aside, a few of the northern Länder decided this year to introduce a new holiday on reformation day (which is already included in this map).
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We still have his last 2 episodes on our DVR. Unwatched, we just can’t bring ourselves to watch them. I’ve been reading his books and the common thread through his career is that he feels like he “stole a really nice car and never got caught.” He felt like a fraud his whole career because he failed upwards and they loved him for it. I hope this isn’t what lead to his suicide.
Also since I know it might be a little hard to tell: Spain = 7, Brazil = 8 on the map.
Source: Internet Movie Database page for Bourdain's shows
You can read the full article this map is featured in, along with a breakdown by each of Bourdain's show and which American States he visited here: https://chartedinterests.com/2018/07/16/all-the-countries-anthony-bourdian-visited-in-his-tv-travels/
Anthony bourdain's travels and thoughts on the places he has visited have had great impact on me throughout the years.
He was a hero to me and I took his loss very personally.. seeing this makes me sad all over again. Depression made him unable to see that he had the greatest job in the world... the job I have always dreamt of. RIP Anthony
Surprised to see some countries missing here.
I’d have imagined Bangladesh, Pakistan, and Nepal to get on the list. Also somewhat surprised Bolivia never made it. Add in Bosnia and Herzegovina as well.
All of these have pretty solid culinary traditions and culture that Bourdain’s shows centered on.
I had literally not heard of Anthony Bourdain until he died. To be honest I still don’t know why he is famous other than a brief skim of a Wikipedia article (nothing against him - just know nothing of him).
Hmm, anyone has explanation for why Anthony Bourdain visit Vietnam and Japan a lot more often than many other countries? (With the exception of US, Italy and France)
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It's more fascinating that you did 4 countries in a week. Why?
Does Scotty know about you, Fiona, and what you do on Sundays? You need to tell Scotty, tell him right now.
As requested by the rules, I note that the data used is data I carefully gathered during the trip I shared with my so, and the tool used was R Studio.
I do note that the last image, the map, is not considered OC as it's the result on a tool. However, i considered it enhanced the overall overview.
Html version + full source code and data.
€3000 euros for 9 days is a lot. Especially with Poland and Italy. I guess if you did a load of touristy stuff in Milan and London that's where the money went.
You spent more time in train, airport, taxi & plane than in any city!!
How much did you spend in total ?
Why did you use columns of 14 (=70 euro ?) high ? Does not seem to help to make a quick calculation of the totals (unless you have 7 fingers on each hand ;p and count base 14 or something) :p .
What was your total budget? Planning a trip Europe myself and that info would help me start a budget.
This is a really cool collection of data!I found it especially interesting that the eurostar cost as much as all of your flights combined.Did you have really cheap flight then?Also the airport taxi fee is incredibly high. I can't seem to find it on your map, but would mind sharing in which country this was?
People pay money for late check-out?
My alcohol consumption must be much higher than yours on vacation too
I'm going to be negative, but how about next time you spend some actual time on the ground and enjoy scenery and not transport.
So many things about this presentation of data bothers me:
The columns being a height of 14 makes each column total to 70 euros. Why not make it 10 (50 euros)? or 15 (75 euros)?
The calculations of hourly spending assumes an equal time spent in each country, things purchased at equal rates, etc. It really demonstrates no usable information.
I don't know what direction your trip went in. Why not label number of days in each country?
Grrr, nothing wrong but damn, it's rough to look at!
I can't actually find this anywhere in the thread so I did the math myself.
Accommodations - 870
Tourism - 465
Transportation - 1105 (415 for Eurostar; 320 for 5 flights)
Food - 670
Total - 3110 (1505 per person; 346 per day; 173 per person per day)
Edit: I'm dumb. Fixed.
This post was great. I don't know why people are so interested in having a breakdown of the spending using numbers when you can have a sense of the proportions with the data visualization op created.
I don’t get the „Euros per hour“ part.
I am pretty sure the average Euro/hr rate should be quadruple that.
Edit:Ah nvm, it’s just a very weird way to count.
They took all the hours in a whole month, not just the working hours
I've never played Stardew Valley, and I don't mean to disparage your data but the number of outcomes is a significant fraction of your sample size. This means that trends are going to be a lot less indicicative of what sounds to be a (weighted?) random outcome generator. For practical purposes the sample size should probably be increased by at least an order of magnitude.
You should try this as a bar graph. It would be easier to visualize the differences between outcomes. As it stands, the drop rates of these items are difficult to compare.
The guys over at r/stardewvalley will be able to fill you in further (I don't visit the sub because !spoilers!), but as far as I understand it this graphic tells us nothing.
Stardew does not randomly produce the contents of geodes on the fly, rather every geode's content is predetermined based on a seed generated upon creation of a new game.
Thus, if you use the Stardew Predictor tool it will list what each and every geode will contain in order of cracking across all types of geode.
Literally started this game hours ago. Really love it so far, nice to see some kind of drop rate for some items.
Hey u/jbird221 I play Stardew valley a ton and I really like this chart, but I feel like the sample size is too small to be accurate enough. You mentioned in a comment that it would take too long to collect more geodes, I'd be happy to do some farming and give you the data to make a more detailed chart, cause I can't make a well designed chart like this. Feel free to message me if you wanna collab on it :3
You can buy omni geodes from Sandy, if someone prople can do this with 100 of them, it would be fantastic. Then in a post we can mix the data. I also have some frozen geodes and magma geodes saved, since I almost finished the museum collection (one item, ffs) I might go mining and try to get more. It would be nice if others would participate but maybe it would depend on the mods to make a thread for it? Question: does the wiki show the percentage of obtaining any mineral in the different geodes? If not, we could do something cool together.
I thought the title said geodudes and I immediately thought what kind of monster would do that to a pokemon.
I think this is the first sensible use of a pie chart we've seen here for a long long time.
Would've been nice to have lil' numbers tho.
Is this sorted by geode? Each of the four types have a different loot table, so it seems very unlikely that such a small sample size is representative.
I am on year 4 of my main profile, mine a lot, buy tons of geodes from krobus, and never once got marble.
I'm super into Stardew Valley at the moment and these geodes always excite me. I want to expand my collection in the library :D
Here you are doing stats and here I am having a mid life crisis stuck between Emily and Leah and can't figure out which one to give a bouquet to.
I have cracked open so many geodes in my time in the Valley. I never thought to record the outcomes for them. So much wasted opportunity...
One question: Did you factor luck into your calculations? It has a measurable impact on the items that drop from a geode.
Other than that, that's very impressive.
You'll need bigger sample size for thatThere many item that can you get from geodes (and some with very small chance)
And 100 geodes aren't that much, even for normal gameplay
I remember that I once got an Amethyst when I opened a Geode. Considering that it's not in this graph, is it THAT rare?!
Keep in mind that the rates will be different depending on the luck of the day. You can check this on the tv every morning.
You should at least denote which what the "smallest unit" or "most common unit" is. That bottom left which one looks the smallest, but the next smallest seems to be a multiple with a fraction of it (1.5x more), so the smallest is at least 2, because if it was 1 there would be a weird fraction happening between the next smallest and it. It is impossible to tell if that's 2smallest/3next or 3smallest/4next and so on, but I'm banking on that white one being 2, with all those next smallest being 3.
It also would be a nicer representation to just make a 10x10 grid and populate each break with the icon. So you'd have the exact number represented.
Also, this sample size is way too low to be conclusive, doubling it to 200 geodes would have a significant impact on all of those that are the same size.
Finally, to edit this, I would make the widths increase in size as you go around, so that the smallest is next to the largest, and they get progressively bigger or stay the same, that would be a quick glance "rarity check" and then only require the smallest and perhaps largest counts to get a good idea.
THIS IS JUST A SIMPLE PIE CHART!!! WHY IS IT SO BEAUTIFUL?!
but no seriously we need to get these graphs on some medicine scientific articles. They will be much more fun to read.
Oh a donut chart. You've managed to pick the only thing worse at visualizing this sort of data than the loathed pie chart.
All geodes were broken open at Clint's shop on the same day at exactly 3:00 PM.
Thanks for all of the feedback! I will definitely use everyone's suggestions in the future. It seems like the biggest flaw in the portrayal of my data is that I ordered the minerals/items in alphabetical order rather than by magnitude. I'll be sure to do order them correctly next time. Another popular suggestion is to increase the sample size by an order of magnitude. Although I would love to do so, it takes a while to collect that many samples, especially for a game. If I do find time, I'll be more than happy to re-evaluate the data based on 1000 geodes. Thanks!
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You are looking at a weekly report generated for the upper management of a large industrial factory that assembles machines.
I am a mechanical engineer working as a machined parts buyer on a Global Sourcing team. I created a database in Microsoft Access with a UI for our team members to track all aspect of the project.
Several queries are exported to excel and used to generate several pivot tables which are then converted to the visuals shown above.
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