Today, my focus remained on the crime incident report dataset, where I worked on developing a code to extract data for specific crime codes over the span of eight years. The goal is to create a graph plotting latitude and longitude parameters, providing a visual representation of crime distribution in Boston. Additionally, I explored the Pareto curve method as a valuable tool for analyzing the dataset. This method involves plotting individual values in descending order, combining both bar and line charts. The line chart represents the cumulative total of the dataset, offering insights into the percentage contribution of each crime to the overall incident reports. I believe this Pareto curve will provide a nuanced understanding of how police allocate resources and which offenses dominate their workload. In the forthcoming days, my aim is to present the data through well-crafted graphs and visual representations.