A sales manager for a car dealership wants to compare the specifications of the automobiles that the dealership sells. The manager collects data on the fuel economy, cost, safety rating, and volume of the automobiles.
You can use this data to demonstrate Scatterplot, Matrix Plot, Bubble Plot, and other analyses that compare multiple related measurement variables.
|Vehicle||The model identifier|
|Type||The body type: SUV, Sedan, Hatchback, Wagon, or Minivan|
|Fuel||The type of fuel used: Gas or Hybrid|
|City MPG||Fuel economy for city driving in miles per gallon|
|Hwy MPG||Fuel economy for highway driving in miles per gallon|
|Combined MPG||Overall fuel economy in miles per gallon|
|Retail ($1000)||Retail price in units of $1000|
|Safety (0-5)||Safety rating (0 to 5), where 0 is poor and 5 is excellent|
|Interior Volume||Passenger volume in cubic feet|
|Cargo Volume||Cargo volume in cubic feet|
|Total Volume||Total volume in cubic feet|