%>% ds ggplot(aes(x=max_temp)) + geom_density() + labs(x=vnames["max_temp"], y="Density")
A density plot using ggplot2::geom_density() will convey the
distribution of the values of a variable. Here, for example, we can
max_temp has a roughly normal distribution with a
peak around the low 20’s (degrees Celsius) and fairly short tails.
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