**Research question:**

- Does having lot of energy help you to get started doing things?

**Summary: **First of all, I examined variables separately. I had an explanatory variable answering to question ”*You have a lot of energy*”. This variable took values from 1 to 5 having average value of 1.88, distribution midpoint (median) value of 2 and most common value (mode) of 2. Spread (standard deviation) for this variable was 0.83.

As a response variable was ”*It was hard to get started doing things*”. It took values from 0 to 3 and having average 0.62, median 1 and mode 0. Standard deviation for this variable was 0.68.

As a final step, I combined these variables into bivariate graph to visualize relationship between variables. My hypothesis was ”*having lots of energy helps you to get started*”. As seen from the graph below, the more you have energy, the less hard it is to get started! Graph also shows that problems getting started grows exponentially when you are lacking energy. This validates my hypothesis but I didn’t expect to find this relationship this strong.

**Outcome:**