• bookID Contains the unique ID for each book/series
  • title contains the titles of the books
  • authors contains the author of the particular book
  • average_rating the average rating of the books, as decided by the users
  • ISBN ISBN(10) number, tells the information about a book - such as edition and publisher
  • ISBN 13 The new format for ISBN, implemented in 2007. 13 digits
  • language_code Tells the language for the books
  • Num_pages Contains the number of pages for the book
  • Ratings_count Contains the number of ratings given for the book
  • text_reviews_count Has the count of reviews left by users
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The answere is no. The relation between the two on a scale of -1 to 1 is .16, which seems like a neutral relationship. My finding says that people give more value to the content of the book rather than number of pages in the book. 
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_Does high rating books have more number of Text_Reviews ?

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The answer is no. The co-relation between the two vaiable on a scale of -1 to 1 is .03. This may be because some books might have good rating but only a few people have read that book or there may be afake rating about the book. But in most cases people only write reviews after reading the book.
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