Load the mushroom.txt data set into R. a) Create a bar chart for t...

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Load the mushroom.txt data set into R.
a) Create a bar chart for the shape variable. Report the bar chart. What cap shape is most common?
b) Create a comparative bar chart using cap color and odor. Use stacked bars such that each bar represents a single odor. Include a legend. Report this bar chart.
c) Create a comparative bar chart using cap shape and color. Do not stack bars. Present such that the ﬁve classes are shown side-by-side for a single color. Include a legend. Report this bar chart. What color(s) has the most variability in shape?
d) Create a pie chart for the surface variable. Report the pie chart.

a) Create a bar chart (with appropriate title) on the Position variable.
b) Create a comparative bar chart (with appropriate title) comparing whether they went to college within each position. Do not use stacked bars.
c) Create a comparative bar chart (with appropriate title) comparing position within each class year. Use stacked bars.
d) Create a pie chart (with appropriate title) on the Position variable.

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```{r setup, include=FALSE}
knitr::opts_chunk\$set(echo = TRUE)
```
## Output

```{r, echo=FALSE}

count.position <- table(dat\$Position)
barplot(count.position,
xlab = "Position",
ylab = "Frequency of Position",
main = "Position Distribution")
```

```{r, echo=FALSE}
count.position.college <- table(dat\$College, dat\$Position)

barplot(count.position.college,
beside = TRUE,
#legend = rownames(count.position.college),
names.arg = colnames(count.position.college),
#legend = rownames(count.color.odor),
legend.text=TRUE,
args.legend=list(
x=ncol(count.position.college) + 3,
y=max(colSums(count.position.college)),
bty = "n"
),
xlab = "Position if went to College or not",
ylab = "Frequency of Position",
main = "Position Distribution if went to college or not")...

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