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Exploratory Data Analysis of Nobel Prizes

# Europe and USA

Interestingly, the United States has clinched the lion's share of Nobel prizes despite the initial laureates being exclusively European. Let's delve into the timeline to pinpoint when this shift occurred!

1. Create a column to identify laureates hailing from the USA; mark it `True` for winners from the USA and `False` for others.
2. Determine the annual proportion of US laureates. To do this, organize the data by `"awardYear"`, select the column indicating US origins, and apply the mean function to aggregate this data.
3. Plot a regression analysis with `"awardYear"` on the horizontal axis and the proportion of US winners on the vertical axis.

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Exploratory Data Analysis of Nobel Prizes

# Europe and USA

Interestingly, the United States has clinched the lion's share of Nobel prizes despite the initial laureates being exclusively European. Let's delve into the timeline to pinpoint when this shift occurred!

1. Create a column to identify laureates hailing from the USA; mark it `True` for winners from the USA and `False` for others.
2. Determine the annual proportion of US laureates. To do this, organize the data by `"awardYear"`, select the column indicating US origins, and apply the mean function to aggregate this data.
3. Plot a regression analysis with `"awardYear"` on the horizontal axis and the proportion of US winners on the vertical axis.