Exercise

# A first distribution analysis

The `names()`

function tells us there are quite a few variables in the data set, enough to do a very in-depth analysis. For this lab, we'll restrict our attention to just two of the variables: the above ground living area of the house in square feet (`Gr.Liv.Area`

) and the sale price (`SalePrice`

).

To save some effort throughout the lab, you'll create two objects `area`

and `price`

to store these variables. These will be available in every exercise of this lab if they are required.

Instructions

**100 XP**

- Create two objects
`area`

and`price`

and assign to them the two variables (`Gr.Liv.Area`

and`SalePrice`

) we picked from our data frame. - Take a look at the
**distribution**of area in the population of home sales by calculating the`summary()`

and drawing a**histogram**of`area`

.