## ~piotr-machura/scientific-python

ba7a7615035d8d6c37f339b205646aa4ae7fcf44 — Piotr Machura 9 months ago
```Fix typo
```
```2 files changed, 4 insertions(+), 4 deletions(-)

M scientific_python/natural_resources.py
```
`M README.md => README.md +2 -2`
```@@ 367,8 367,8 @@ Germany 1991                        4.654                   0.2372
2021                        0.000                   0.0000                       0.000

Does Germany import coal when the consumption increases?
-Pearson correltion: 0.04456, p-value 0.81185
+Pearson correlation: 0.04456, p-value 0.81185
Does not seem like it. Maybe they just produce more instead?
-Pearson correltion: 0.97654, p-value 0.00000
+Pearson correlation: 0.97654, p-value 0.00000
That's it!
```

```
`M scientific_python/natural_resources.py => scientific_python/natural_resources.py +2 -2`
```@@ 34,14 34,14 @@ def main():
germany["Coal consumption per capita"],
germany["Coal imports per capita"],
)
-    print(f"Pearson correltion: {pearson:.5f}, p-value {p_value:.5f}")
+    print(f"Pearson correlation: {pearson:.5f}, p-value {p_value:.5f}")
if p_value > 0.05:
print("Does not seem like it. Maybe they just produce more instead?")
pearson, p_value = pearsonr(
germany["Coal production per capita"],
germany["Coal consumption per capita"],
)
-        print(f"Pearson correltion: {pearson:.5f}, p-value {p_value:.5f}")
+        print(f"Pearson correlation: {pearson:.5f}, p-value {p_value:.5f}")
if p_value > 0.05:
print("That's not it as well...")
else:

```