Continuation

This exercise is a continuation of this data wrangling exercise and, thus, depends on data frames constructed there. Please load/run your script from that exercise to access the data frames required below.

- Describe the following from plots constructed with the Yellow Perch captured in fyke nets in 2005 data frame.
- The distribution of lengths.
- The distribution of weights.
- The relationship between weight and length.
- The relationship between the natural logs of weight and length.

- Describe the following from plots constructed with the Yellow Perch captured in the 1990s data frame.
- The distribution of lengths separately for each gear (
*without using separate data frames for each gear*). - The relationship between the natural logs of weight and length separately for each gear (
*without using separate data frames for each gear*). - The difference in mean lengths among the gears (
*plot should include confidence intervals*). - Describe the difference in numbers caught among the gears.

- The distribution of lengths separately for each gear (

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