Project 2 Exploratory Data Analysis
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EDA on Brazilian E-Commerce Olist
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Table of Contents
- 1 EDA on Brazilian E-Commerce Olist
- 1.1 Introduction
- 1.2 Installing libraries and dataset
- 1.3 Data Cleaning
- 1.4 Exploratory Analysis
- 1.5 Q & A
- 1.6 CONCLUSION
- 1.7 FUTURE WORK
- 1.8 REFERENCES
This is a Brazilian ecommerce public dataset of orders made at Olist Store. The dataset has information of 100k orders from 2016 to 2018 made at multiple marketplaces in Brazil. Its features allows viewing an order from multiple dimensions: from order status, price, payment and freight performance to customer location, product attributes and finally reviews written by customers. It has also been included a geolocation dataset that relates Brazilian zip codes to lat/lng coordinates.
Olist is a Brazilian departmental store (marketplace) that operates in e-commerce segment, but is not an e-commerce itself. It operates as a SaaS (Software as a Service) technology company since 2015. It offers a marketplace solution (of e-commerce segment) to shopkeepers of all sizes (and for most segments) to increase their sales whether they have online presence or not.