Pick something to look at in the nycflights13 data and write up a .Rmd file showing your investigation. Upload both the .Rmd file and the .html file to Canvas. You must use at least once: mutate(), summarize(), group_by(), and any join. Include at least one nicely formatted plot (ggplot2) and one table (pander). In plots and tables, use “nice” variable names (try out spaces!) and rounded values (<= 3 digits).

This time, include all your code in your output document (echo=TRUE), using comments and line breaks separating commands so that it is clear to a peer what you are doing (or trying to do!). You must write up your observations briefly in words as well.

Note: If you want to see the nycflights13 dataframes in the environment, you will need to load each one: airlines, airports, flights, planes, and weather (e.g. data(flights)).