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2.2 Looking at the milk and cream trade

This week’s project looks at the milk and cream trade between the UK and other countries in the first five months of 2015.

The written up analysis is in the project notebook. You will also need to open the file comtrade_milk_uk_jan_jul_15.csv and save it to your Anaconda folder or CoCalc project.

The structure is very simple: besides the introduction and the conclusions, there is one section for each research question.

Extend or create your own project next.


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