Everyone loves Lego (unless you ever stepped on one). Did you know by the way that "Lego" was derived from the Danish phrase leg godt, which means "play well"? Unless you speak Danish, probably not.
In this project, we will analyze a fascinating dataset on every single lego block that has ever been built!
Now that we have read the
colors data, we can start exploring it! Let us start by understanding the number of colors available.
colors data has a column named
is_trans that indicates whether a color is transparent or not. It would be interesting to explore the distribution of transparent vs. non-transparent colors.
Another interesting dataset available in this database is the
sets data. It contains a comprehensive list of sets over the years and the number of parts that each of these sets contained.
Let us use this data to explore how the average number of parts in Lego sets has varied over the years.