## Create a histogram of the domestic gross for each movie. What is the range of values for this variable? What is the average domestic gross of these movies?

The sample data table Hollywood Movies.jmp contains data for all Hollywood movies released in 2011. The data table contains the name of a movie, the amount of money that it made in the United States (Domestic) and in foreign markets (in millions of dollars), the movie genre, and other information.

(a) Create a histogram of the movie genres. What are the levels of this variable? How many of each level are in the data set?

(b) Create a histogram of the domestic gross for each movie. What is the range of values for this variable? What is the average domestic gross of these movies?

(c) Consider the histogram that you created in part (b) for the domestic gross of these movies. You should notice several outliers in the outlier box plot. Move your mouse over the points to identify the movies. Use your cursor to draw a box around these points. Then, use Rows > Label to label the points. What was the top grossing movie in 2011?

(d) Create a subset of the data consisting of only drama movies. Create a histogram and find the average domestic and world grosses for your subset. Are there outliers in either variable?

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