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I have to put numbers into a spreadsheet and/or chart to make sense of them. The way the 4 door price curve compares to the 2 door pretty clearly shows that the 2dr base was purposely held low, and the 4dr FE was inflated.

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Damn. Accountants are great.
Good work and thank for for taking the time out of your day and sharing this with us. This is a solid base where can start getting populated with additional data and displayed with a clean graphic look.


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As a man of science, I'd like to see your standard deviation and sample size. Additionally, can you prove a significant difference between the 2-door and 4-door trims with a p-value of less than 0.05 and 90% confidence interval?

All jokes aside, great graph. Would be cool if you could add comparable trims from Jeep, Land Rover, 4Runner on here.
 

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Nice job!
I was looking at the x-plan vs MSRP price differences between the different models....only a few hundred $$ in the base model, $1k+ or higher trims......... So, if you can chart that too......?
 

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As a man of science, I'd like to see your standard deviation and sample size. Additionally, can you prove a significant difference between the 2-door and 4-door trims with a p-value of less than 0.05 and 90% confidence interval?

All jokes aside, great graph. Would be cool if you could add comparable trims from Jeep, Land Rover, 4Runner on here.
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