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Task Related to Uber Drive Dataset.

Dataset Download from __here__

**Q1:**

**Load the necessary libraries. Import and load the dataset with a name uber_drives .**

**Q 2:**

**Show the last 10 records of the dataset. (2 point)**

**Q 3:**

**Show the first 10 records of the dataset. (2 points)**

**Q 4:**

**Show the dimension(number of rows and columns) of the dataset. (2 points)**

**Q 5:**

**Show the size (Total number of elements) of the dataset. (2 points)**

**Q 6:**

**Display the information about all the variables of the data set. (2 points)**

Hint: Information includes - Total number of columns,variable data-types, number of non-null values in a variable, and usage

**Q 7:**

**Check for missing values. (2 points) - Note: Output should be boolean only.**

**Q 8:**

**How many missing values are present? (2 points)**

Hint: Find out the total number of missing values across all the variables

**Q 9:**

**Get the summary of the original data. (2 points).**

Hint: Summary includes- Count,Mean, Std, Min, 25%,50%,75% and max

Note:Outcome will contain only numerical column.

**Q 10:**

**Drop the missing values and store data in a new dataframe (name it"df") (2-points)**

Note: Dataframe "df" will not contain any missing value

**Q 11:**

**Check the information of the dataframe(df). (2 points)**

Hint: Information includes - Total number of columns,variable data-types, number of non-null values in a variable, and usage

**Q 12:**

**Get the unique start destinations. (2 points)**

Note: This question is based on the dataframe with no 'NA' values

Hint- You need to print the unique destination place names in this and not the count.

**Q 13:**

**What is the total number of unique start destinations? (2 points)**

Note: Use the original dataframe without dropping 'NA' values

**Q 14:**

**What is the total number of unique stop destinations. (2 points)**

Note: Use the original dataframe without dropping 'NA' values.

**Q 15:**

**Display all the Uber trips that has the starting point of San Francisco. (2 points)**

**Q 16:**

**Note: Use the original dataframe without dropping the 'NA' values.**

**Hint: You need to display the rows which has starting point of San Francisco. Try using loc function**

**Q 17:**

**What is the most popular starting point for the Uber drivers? (2 points)**

Note: Use the original dataframe without dropping the 'NA' values.

Hint:Popular means the place that is visited the most

**Q 18:**

**What is the most popular dropping point for the Uber drivers? (2 points)**

Note: Use the original dataframe without dropping the 'NA' values.

Hint: Popular means the place that is visited the most

**Q 19:**

**List the most frequent route taken by Uber drivers. (3 points)**

**Note: This question is based on the new dataframe with no 'na' values.**

Hint-Print the most frequent route taken by Uber drivers (Route= combination of START & END points present in the Data set). One may use Groupby function

**Q 20:**

**Display all types of purposes for the trip in an array. (3 points)**

**Q 21:Note: This question is based on the new dataframe with no 'NA' values**

**Plot a bar graph of Purpose vs Miles(Distance). (3 points)**

Note: Use the original dataframe without dropping the 'NA' values.

Hint:You have to plot total/sum miles per purpose

**Q 22:**

**Display a dataframe of Purpose and the distance travelled for that particular Purpose. (3 points)**

Note: Use the original dataframe without dropping "NA" values

**Q 23:**

**Plot number of trips vs Category of trips. (3 points)**

Note: Use the original dataframe without dropping the 'NA' values.

Hint : You can make a countplot or barplot.

**Q 24:**

**What is proportion of miles that are covered as Business trips and what is the proportion of miles that are covered as Personal trips? (3 points)**

Note:Use the original dataframe without dropping the 'NA' values. The proportion calculation is with respect to the 'miles' variable.

Hint: Proportion of miles covered as business trips= (Total Miles clocked as Business Trips)/ (Total Miles)

Proportion of miles covered as personal trips= (Total Miles clocked as Personal Trips)/ (Total Miles)

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