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SSteve (24) [Avatar] Offline
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In the first code example in the BINNING: CATEGORIZING DATA section, should #C be qScale instead of Scale?

In the second code example should 423, 20, & 10000 return large, small, large instead of small, medium, large?
elijah.meeks (127) [Avatar] Offline
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Re: BINNING: CATEGORIZING DATA examples
Yes, you're right, it should. I used a slightly shorter array of numbers when I first wrote that example and found that a longer array made a better example. I must have forgotten to update the code comment. I'll update Chapter 2 and you should see that reflected the next time they update the MEAP.