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Python代写 | CSE 231 Spring 2020 Programming Project 08

这个作业是用Python进行文件读取并对数据运算
CSE 231 Spring 2020
Programming Project 08
Update 3/21: a number of suggestions were added.
This assignment is worth 55 points (5.5% of the course grade) and must be completed and
turned in before 11:59 on Monday, March, 30th
Assignment Overview
• Dictionaries and Lists
• File manipulation
Assignment Background
Video games have become an outlet for artists to express their creative ideas and imaginations
and a great source of entertainment for people who seek a fun and accessible ways to immerse in
unique worlds while also share and interact with others. This project will print video game sales
data for various platforms across the years. From the old school consoles like Atari 2600 and
Sega Genesis to more modern ones like the Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
Project Specifications
You must implement the following functions:
open_file () à file pointer:
a. This function repeatedly prompts the user for a filename until the file is opened
successfully. An error message should be shown if the file cannot be opened. It returns a
file pointer. Use try-except and FileNotFoundError to determine if the file can
be opened. Use the ‘utf-8’ encoding to open the file.
fp = open(filename, encoding =’utf-8’)
b. Parameters: none
c. Returns : file pointer
read_file (fp) à D1,D2,D3:
a) This function read a file pointer and returns 3 dictionaries:
– Parameters: file pointer (fp)
– Returns : 3 dictionaries of list of tuples
– The function displays nothing
b) You must use the csv.reader because some fields have commas in them.
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c) Each row of the file contains the name of a video game, the platform which it was
released, the release year, the genre (i.e. shooter, puzzle, rpg, fighter, etc.), the publishing
company, and regional sales across north America, Europe, Japan, and other regions. For
this project, we are only interested in the following columns:
name = line[0]
platform = line[1]
year = int(line[2])
genre = line[3]
publisher = line[4]
na_sales = float(line[5])
europe_sales = float(line[6])
japan_sales = float(line[7])
other_sales = float(line[8])
d) All strings should be converted to lower case and stripped of the trailing/forward
white spaces.
e) Multiply each regional sales column by 1,000,000. The program must compute the total
global sales by adding all the regional sales (na_sales, europe_sales,
japan_sales, other_sales).
f) This function returns 3 separate dictionaries. The first dictionary, with ‘name’ as key,
will contain the data used to display the global sales per year or platform. The second
dictionary, with ‘genre’ as key, contains the data used to display the regional sales per
genre. The third dictionary, with ‘publisher’ as key, contains the data used to
display the global sales by publisher. All of 3 dictionaries have a list of tuples as values:
D1 = { name:[(name, platform, year, genre, publisher,
global_sales), …], …}
D2 = { genre: [(genre, year, na_sales, eur_sales,
jpn_sales, other_sales, global_sales), …], …}
D3 = {publisher: [(publisher, name, year, na_sales,
eur_sales, jpn_sales, other_sales, global_sales),
…], …}
You should ignore all the values that are not valid:
– ‘year’ should be integer (int)
– All regional sales should be floats (floats).
g) Once the file is read and all the data is stored in the 3 dictionaries, you need to sort each
dictionary alphabetically in ascending order by their keys. The values for the 3
dictionaries should also be sorted by the last element of the tuples in reverse order
(global_sales).
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Hint: Dictionaries are insertion sorted meaning the order of insertion into the
dictionary is preserved. You should first get all the keys of a dictionary and sort
them. Then iterate through the sorted list of keys and insert their corresponding
values into a new dictionary. You should sort the values before inserting them.
get_data_by_column(D1, indicator, c_value) à List of
tuples:
a) This function iterates through the dictionary D1 and return a subset of the data as
indicated in (b) below.
– Parameters: Dictionary (D1), indicator (str), c_value (str or int)
– Returns : List of tuples
– The function displays nothing
b) The indicator parameter is a string with two values: ‘year’ or ‘platform’.
If indicator equals to ‘year’, append all tuples whose value at the year column is equal
to c_value into the new list. Sort the new list by the platform alphabetically and then
by name alphabetically.
If indicator equals to ‘platform’, append all tuples whose value at the platform
column is equal to c_value into the new list. Sort the new list by the year in ascending
order and then by name alphabetically.
c) If the c_value does not exist in the data, the function should return an empty list.
get_publisher_data(D3, publisher) à List of tuples:
a) This function iterates through the dictionary D3 (which contains the publisher data with
publisher as the D3 key). It will return a list of all tuples where the publisher key equals
the publisher parameter.
– Parameters: Dictionary (D3), publisher (str)
– Returns : List of tuples
– The function displays nothing
b) The list should be sorted by name alphabetically and by global sales (global_sales)
in descending order. Since the sorted function and the sort method are stable sorts, you
can first sort the names of the games alphabetically, and then sort them by global sales
(with reverse=True). (You do the two sorts in that order because you do the primary
key last, global_sales is the primary key in this case.) By default, sorting is done on
the first item in a list or tuple. To sort on other items use itemgetter from the
operator module.
display_global_sales_data(L1, indicator)
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a) This function prints a table of all the global game sales stored in L1 by either all
platforms in a single year or all years for a single platform. This function does not return
anything.
– Parameters: List of tuples(L1), indicator (str)
– Returns : nothing
b) The list of tuples (L1) is the list returned from the get_data_by_column()
function.
c) The indicator parameter is a string with two values: ‘year’ or ‘platform’.
If indicator equals to ‘year’, display the video game sales in one year (‘Name’,
‘Platform’, ‘Genre’, ‘Publisher’, ‘Global Sales’).
If indicator equals to ‘platform’, display video game sales for that platform (‘Name’,
‘Year’, ‘Genre’, ‘Publisher’, ‘Global Sales’).
For all the cases, the header row uses the following format:
“{:30s}{:10s}{:20s}{:30s}{:12s}”
The following rows uses the following string formatting:
“{:30s}{:10s}{:20s}{:30s}{:<12,.02f}”
Truncate (using slicing) the name and publisher to 25 characters, and the genre to 15
characters.
d) The sum of total global sales should be calculated and displayed. The following string
formatting should be used to display the total:
“\n{:90s}{:<12,.02f}”
get_genre_data(D2, year) à List of tuples:
a) This function iterates through the dictionary D2 (which contains the list of regional sales
by genre) and return a list of the total regional sales per genre whose value at the year
column is equal to ‘year’.
– Parameters: Dictionary (D2), year (int)
– Returns : List of tuples
b) The list of tuples should include the following information:
[(genre, count, total_na_sales, total_eur_sales,
total_jpn_sales, total_other_sales, total_global_sales),
…],
Where:
genre: genre name
count: number of games per genre (or number of occurrences of genre in that year)
total_na_sales: total sales in North America
total_eur_sales: total sales in Europe
total_jpn_sales: total sales in Japan
total_other_sales: total sales in other regions
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total_global_sales: total sales in all regions
c) Before returning the list, sort the extracted data by genre name alphabetically and then
sort this data by global sales in descending order.
d) If the year does not exists in the data, the function should return an empty list.
e) Hint: check the count (index 1 of your tuple) before appending a tuple onto your genre
list. If the count is zero, do not append it.
display_genre_data(genre_list):
a) This function prints a table of all the total regional sales for each genre stored in
genre_list. This function does not return anything.
f) Parameters: genre_list(list)
g) Returns : nothing
b) The list of tuples (genre_list) is the list returned from the get_genre_data()
function (which was called in main under Option 3).
c) The header row (provided in the skeleton code) uses the following format:
“{:15s}{:15s}{:15s}{:15s}{:15s}{:15s}”
The following rows uses the following string formatting:
“{:15s}{:<15,.02f}{:<15,.02f}{:<15,.02f}{:<15,.02f}{:<15,.02f}”
d) The sum of total global sales should calculated and be displayed. The following string
formatting should be used to display the total:
“\n{:75s}{:<15,.02f}”
display_publisher_data(pub_list):
a) This function prints a table of all the total regional sales for each genre stored in
pub_list. This function does not return anything.
h) Parameters: pub_list(list)
i) Returns : nothing
b) The list of tuples (pub_list) is the list returned from the get_ publisher_data()
function.
c) The header row uses the following format:
“{:30s}{:15s}{:15s}{:15s}{:15s}{:15s}”
The following rows uses the following string formatting:
“{:30s}{:<15,.02f}{:<15,.02f}{:<15,.02f}{:<15,.02f}{:<15,.02f}”
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Note: “Title” in the header refers to name in the tuple in pub_list, i.e. index 1, and it must be
truncated to 25 characters (Hint: slice).
d) The sum of total global sales should be calculated and displayed. The following string
formatting should be used to display the total:
“\n{:90s}{:<15,.02f}”
get_totals(L, indicator) à List, List:
a) This function receives a list L of tuples with global sales that was generated by the
get_data_by_column function. As in that function, there are two values for
indicator: “year” a list of global sales per platform for a single year (from Menu
option 1 in main) or “platform” a list of global sales per year for a single platform
(from Menu option 2 in main). The function returns two lists: L1, the one with the
strings of each platform name (if indicator == “year” ) or the integers of each
year (if indicator == “platform” ), and the other, L2, is the corresponding
global sales. (These two lists will be used for plotting in option 1 and 2. )
– Parameters: L (List), indicator (str)
– Returns : List, List
– The function displays nothing
b) You need to collect global sales for each platform (or year). The easiest way to do that is
with a dictionary with the key is platform (or year) and the value is the sales for that
platform (or year). You then build a list, L1, of keys (platforms or years) and a list, L2,
of their corresponding values (sales). The first list, L1, should be sorted by platform
or year (depending on the value of indicator ) in ascending order. L2 needs to
have the corresponding values in the same order as L1. (Hint: create and sort L1 and then
use the items in L1 and your dictionary of sales to build L2 such that the key:value
relationship is maintained in L1:L2.) Return the lists as L1 first and then L2.
prepare_pie(L) à List, List:
c) This function receives a list of global sales per genre for a particular year (that is, the list
L comes from a call to get_genre_data for a particular year, the call being done in
option 3 of main). It returns two lists: L1, one with the strings of each genre name, and
the other, L2, is total global sales in that year. These two lists will be used for plotting in
option 3 so each genre name in list L1 has its corresponding total global sales in L2 at the
same index.
– Parameters: L (List)
– Returns : List, List
– The function displays nothing
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d) The list L2 should be sorted by total_global_sales in descending order and L1
should be sorted so the genre name corresponds with the total global sales in L2. Hint:
create a list of tuples that you sort first by name and then by sales. Then create the
separate lists L1 and L2.
main() :
a) This function is the starting point of the program. The program starts by opening the file
with the video game sales and reading the data into three dictionaries. The program will
repeatedly prompt the user to select an option from the following menu:
i. Option 1: Display the global sales for all video game titles across multiple
platforms in a single year. Prompt for a year (validation is required!, year
needs to be an int), get the data by calling the get_data_by_column
function, and then display the selected year’s data if the year exists in the
data. Prompt the user whether they want to plot the data. If the answer is
“y”, use plot_global_sales() to plot the histogram of the total
global sales per publisher.
ii. Option 2: Display the global sales for all video game titles across multiple
years in a single platform. Prompt for a platform (validation is required!,
cannot be a number) ), get the data by calling the
get_data_by_column function, and then display the selected
platform data if the platform exists in the data. Prompt the user whether
they want to plot the data. If the answer is “y”, get lists to plot by calling
the get_totals function, and then use plot_global_sales() to
plot the histogram of the total global sales per year.
iii. Option 3: Display the regional sales for all video game genres. Prompt for
a year (validation is required!, year needs to be an int), call
get_genre_data, and then display the selected year data if the year
exists using display_genre_data. Prompt the user whether they
want to plot the data. If the answer is “y”, call prepare_pie to get
the lists to plot, and then use plot_genre_pie() to plot a pie chart of
the total global sales per genre.
iv. Option 4: Display the regional sales for all the video games by publisher.
Prompt the user for a keyword in the publisher. Search for all publishers
who have that keyword as a substring, then display the results. If there
are multiple publisher names with the same string, enumerate all
possible names. The publisher names should appears alphabetically
because they were read into the dictionary that way; if not, sort them. Use
the following string formatting:
“{:<4d}{}”.format(index,publisher)
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Prompt the user for a publisher index from the displayed list (validation is
required!; check that the publisher exists in D3) and display the selected
publisher data.
v. Option 5: Stop the program.
If the user does not enter any of these options, the program needs to display an error
message and prompt again until a valid option is selected.
2. Hints and Notes
a) Need to print a header line? Using multiple string inside a format method, use the “*”
operator to unpack the list. Unpacking is used with iterable items (e.g. lists, strings, and
tuples) to take each individual value of the iterable and assign it to various argument
positions. In other words, each element from the iterable becomes an individual value.
For example:
lst = [“I”, “Love”, “Python!”]
print(“{} {} {}”.format(*lst)) # This prints: I love Python!
b) Provided functions:
a. plot_global_sales(x,y):
This function creates bar plots when the user wants to process the global sales
data by year or platform. It receives a list of publishers or years and a list of
global sales. The bar plots the global sales for each publisher or year. It returns
nothing.
– Parameters: x (List), y (List)
– Returns : nothing
– The function displays nothing
b. plot_genre_pie(genre, values): This function creates a pie plot when the user
wants to process the global sales data by genre in a particular year. It receives a
list of genres and a list of global sales for a year. It returns nothing.
– Parameters: x (List), y (List)
– Returns : nothing
– The function displays nothing
Deliverables
The deliverable for this assignment is the following file:
proj08.py – the source code for your Python program
Be sure to use the specified file name and to submit it for grading via Mimir before the project
deadline.
(See Mimir for function tests details)
Test Case 1:
Enter filename: video_game_sale_2016.csv
File not found! Please try again!
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Enter filename: video_game_sales_2016.csv
Menu options

1) View data by year
2) View data by platform
3) View yearly regional sales by genre
4) View sales by publisher
5) Quit

Enter choice: 8
Invalid option. Please Try Again!
Menu options

1) View data by year
2) View data by platform
3) View yearly regional sales by genre
4) View sales by publisher
5) Quit

Enter choice: 1
Enter year: 1900
The selected year was not found in the data.
Menu options

1) View data by year
2) View data by platform
3) View yearly regional sales by genre
4) View sales by publisher
5) Quit

Enter choice: 2
Enter platform: sega
The selected platform was not found in the data.
Menu options

1) View data by year
2) View data by platform
3) View yearly regional sales by genre
4) View sales by publisher
5) Quit

Enter choice: 3
Enter year: xyz
Invalid year
Menu options

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1) View data by year
2) View data by platform
3) View yearly regional sales by genre
4) View sales by publisher
5) Quit

Enter choice: 4
Enter keyword for publisher: gotta catch ’em all!
No publisher name containing “gotta catch ’em all!” was found!
Menu options

1) View data by year
2) View data by platform
3) View yearly regional sales by genre
4) View sales by publisher
5) Quit

Enter choice: 5
Thanks for using the program!
I’ll leave you with this: “All your base are belong to us!”
Test Case 2:
Enter filename: video_game_sales_small.csv
Menu options

1) View data by year
2) View data by platform
3) View yearly regional sales by genre
4) View sales by publisher
5) Quit

Enter choice: 4
Enter keyword for publisher: act
There are 32 publisher(s) with the requested keyword!
0 activision
1 mattel interactive
2 avalon interactive
3 warner bros. interactive entertainment
4 disney interactive studios
5 take-two interactive
6 eidos interactive
7 game factory
8 empire interactive
9 mentor interactive
10 focus home interactive
11 tdk mediactive
12 hip interactive
13 activision value
14 marvelous interactive
15 virgin interactive
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16 gt interactive
17 hasbro interactive
18 fox interactive
19 bmg interactive entertainment
20 victor interactive
21 dreamworks interactive
22 gremlin interactive ltd
23 midas interactive entertainment
24 time warner interactive
25 universal interactive
26 bigben interactive
27 idea factory international
28 tripwire interactive
29 idea factory
30 simon & schuster interactive
31 xicat interactive
Select the index for the publisher to use: 4
Video Games Sales for disney interactive studios
Title North America Europe Japan Other Global
epic mickey 2,040,000.00 630,000.00 120,000.00 220,000.00 3,010,000.00
who wants to be a million 1,940,000.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1,940,000.00
toy story mania! 1,040,000.00 660,000.00 0.00 180,000.00 1,880,000.00
disney infinity 970,000.00 340,000.00 0.00 130,000.00 1,440,000.00
disney infinity 3.0 240,000.00 370,000.00 0.00 120,000.00 730,000.00
disney infinity 2.0: marv 270,000.00 250,000.00 0.00 100,000.00 620,000.00
epic mickey: power of ill 360,000.00 40,000.00 40,000.00 40,000.00 480,000.00
pirates of the caribbean: 300,000.00 10,000.00 10,000.00 30,000.00 350,000.00
pirates of the caribbean: 230,000.00 10,000.00 0.00 20,000.00 260,000.00
that’s so raven: psychic 230,000.00 0.00 0.00 20,000.00 250,000.00
the suite life of zack & 230,000.00 0.00 0.00 20,000.00 250,000.00
disney stitch jam 70,000.00 0.00 160,000.00 10,000.00 240,000.00
disney’s a christmas caro 210,000.00 10,000.00 0.00 20,000.00 240,000.00
the chronicles of narnia: 150,000.00 40,000.00 0.00 10,000.00 200,000.00
disney’s home on the rang 120,000.00 40,000.00 0.00 0.00 160,000.00
fantasia: music evolved 110,000.00 30,000.00 0.00 10,000.00 150,000.00
tim burton’s the nightmar 100,000.00 40,000.00 0.00 0.00 140,000.00
walt disney pictures pres 90,000.00 30,000.00 0.00 0.00 120,000.00
disney planes fire & resc 10,000.00 80,000.00 0.00 10,000.00 100,000.00
disney’s planes 40,000.00 30,000.00 0.00 10,000.00 80,000.00
tron 2.0: killer app 40,000.00 20,000.00 0.00 0.00 60,000.00
Total Sales 12,700,000.00
Menu options

1) View data by year
2) View data by platform
3) View yearly regional sales by genre
4) View sales by publisher
5) Quit

Enter choice: 5
Thanks for using the program!
I’ll leave you with this: “All your base are belong to us!”
Test Case 3:
Enter filename: video_game_sales_2016.csv
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Menu options

1) View data by year
2) View data by platform
3) View yearly regional sales by genre
4) View sales by publisher
5) Quit

Enter choice: 1
Enter year: 1999
Video Game Sales in 1999
Name Platform Genre Publisher Global Sales
nfl 2k dc sports sega 1,190,000.00
shenmue dc adventure sega 1,180,000.00
seaman dc simulation sega 520,000.00
sega rally championship 2 dc racing sega 410,000.00
j-league pro soccer club dc sports sega 360,000.00
soulcalibur dc fighting namco bandai games 340,000.00
virtua striker 2 dc sports sega 320,000.00
pro yakyuu team o tsukuro dc sports sega 230,000.00
tokyo xtreme racer dc racing genki 170,000.00
the king of fighters: dre dc fighting snk 100,000.00
blue stinger dc adventure activision 100,000.00
marvel vs. capcom: clash dc fighting capcom 100,000.00
(To many titles to show in this document! See Mimir test for full view or “output3.txt”)
samurai shodown: warrios ps fighting snk 10,000.00
derby stallion sat sports ascii entertainment 90,000.00
fire emblem: thracia 776 snes strategy nintendo 260,000.00
digimon adventure: anode ws role-playing namco bandai games 280,000.00
chocobo no fushigi dungeo ws role-playing namco bandai games 180,000.00
Total Sales 251,110,000.00
Do you want to plot (y/n)? n
Menu options

1) View data by year
2) View data by platform
3) View yearly regional sales by genre
4) View sales by publisher
5) Quit

Enter choice: 2
Enter platform: gen
Video Game Sales for gen
Name Year Genre Publisher Global Sales
streets of rage 1990 action sega 2,600,000.00
sonic the hedgehog 1991 platform sega 4,330,000.00
sonic the hedgehog 2 1992 platform sega 6,020,000.00
mortal kombat 1992 fighting arena entertainment 2,670,000.00
nba jam 1992 sports arena entertainment 2,050,000.00
street fighter ii’: speci 1992 fighting sega 1,650,000.00
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gunstar heroes 1992 shooter sega 130,000.00
ecco the dolphin 1992 adventure sega 120,000.00
shining force ii 1993 strategy sega 190,000.00
super street fighter ii 1993 fighting capcom 150,000.00
ecco: the tides of time 1993 adventure sega 70,000.00
street fighter ii’: speci 1993 action capcom 70,000.00
streets of rage 3 1993 action sega 70,000.00
dynamite headdy 1993 platform sega 50,000.00
beyond oasis 1993 role-playing sega 50,000.00
sonic & knuckles 1994 platform sega 1,820,000.00
sonic the hedgehog 3 1994 platform sega 1,760,000.00
disney’s the lion king 1994 platform virgin interactive 1,420,000.00
mortal kombat 3 1994 fighting acclaim entertainment 1,340,000.00
nba jam tournament editio 1994 sports acclaim entertainment 1,120,000.00
virtua racing 1994 racing sega 260,000.00
lunar 2: eternal blue(sal 1994 role-playing game arts 140,000.00
yuu yuu hakusho: makyo to 1994 fighting sega 80,000.00
dragon slayer: the legend 1994 role-playing sega 80,000.00
j-league pro striker 2 1994 sports sega 40,000.00
castlevania bloodlines 1994 platform konami digital entertainm 40,000.00
puzzle & action: tant-r 1994 misc sega 30,000.00
Total Sales 28,350,000.00
Do you want to plot (y/n)? n
Menu options

1) View data by year
2) View data by platform
3) View yearly regional sales by genre
4) View sales by publisher
5) Quit

Enter choice: 3
Enter year: 2016
Regional Video Games Sales per Genre
Genre North America Europe Japan Other Global
shooter 16,240,000.00 15,900,000.00 1,060,000.00 5,020,000.00 38,220,000.00
action 9,290,000.00 10,680,000.00 7,070,000.00 3,070,000.00 30,110,000.00
sports 7,540,000.00 12,010,000.00 920,000.00 3,020,000.00 23,490,000.00
role-playing 5,890,000.00 4,280,000.00 6,610,000.00 1,400,000.00 18,180,000.00
fighting 1,840,000.00 1,340,000.00 750,000.00 540,000.00 4,470,000.00
adventure 950,000.00 1,320,000.00 1,180,000.00 370,000.00 3,820,000.00
platform 1,290,000.00 1,390,000.00 110,000.00 440,000.00 3,230,000.00
racing 730,000.00 1,770,000.00 10,000.00 280,000.00 2,790,000.00
misc 760,000.00 660,000.00 1,040,000.00 140,000.00 2,600,000.00
simulation 160,000.00 1,270,000.00 330,000.00 130,000.00 1,890,000.00
strategy 240,000.00 590,000.00 230,000.00 70,000.00 1,130,000.00
puzzle 0.00 10,000.00 0.00 0.00 10,000.00
Total Sales 129,940,000.00
Do you want to plot (y/n)? n
Menu options

1) View data by year
2) View data by platform
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3) View yearly regional sales by genre
4) View sales by publisher
5) Quit

Enter choice: 5
Thanks for using the program!
I’ll leave you with this: “All your base are belong to us!”
Test Case 4:
Enter filename: video_game_sales_2016.csv
Menu options

1) View data by year
2) View data by platform
3) View yearly regional sales by genre
4) View sales by publisher
5) Quit

Enter choice: 1
Enter year: 1999
Video Game Sales in 1999
Name Platform Genre Publisher Global Sales
nfl 2k dc sports sega 1,190,000.00
shenmue dc adventure sega 1,180,000.00
seaman dc simulation sega 520,000.00
sega rally championship 2 dc racing sega 410,000.00
j-league pro soccer club dc sports sega 360,000.00
soulcalibur dc fighting namco bandai games 340,000.00
virtua striker 2 dc sports sega 320,000.00
pro yakyuu team o tsukuro dc sports sega 230,000.00
tokyo xtreme racer dc racing genki 170,000.00
the king of fighters: dre dc fighting snk 100,000.00
blue stinger dc adventure activision 100,000.00
marvel vs. capcom: clash dc fighting capcom 100,000.00
(To many titles to show in this document! See Mimir test for full view or “output4.txt”)
builder’s block ps strategy eon digital entertainment 10,000.00
samurai shodown: warrios ps fighting snk 10,000.00
derby stallion sat sports ascii entertainment 90,000.00
fire emblem: thracia 776 snes strategy nintendo 260,000.00
digimon adventure: anode ws role-playing namco bandai games 280,000.00
chocobo no fushigi dungeo ws role-playing namco bandai games 180,000.00
Total Sales 251,110,000.00
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Video Game Sales for gen
Name Year Genre Publisher Global Sales
streets of rage 1990 action sega 2,600,000.00
sonic the hedgehog 1991 platform sega 4,330,000.00
sonic the hedgehog 2 1992 platform sega 6,020,000.00
mortal kombat 1992 fighting arena entertainment 2,670,000.00
nba jam 1992 sports arena entertainment 2,050,000.00
street fighter ii’: speci 1992 fighting sega 1,650,000.00
gunstar heroes 1992 shooter sega 130,000.00
ecco the dolphin 1992 adventure sega 120,000.00
shining force ii 1993 strategy sega 190,000.00
super street fighter ii 1993 fighting capcom 150,000.00
ecco: the tides of time 1993 adventure sega 70,000.00
street fighter ii’: speci 1993 action capcom 70,000.00
streets of rage 3 1993 action sega 70,000.00
dynamite headdy 1993 platform sega 50,000.00
beyond oasis 1993 role-playing sega 50,000.00
sonic & knuckles 1994 platform sega 1,820,000.00
sonic the hedgehog 3 1994 platform sega 1,760,000.00
disney’s the lion king 1994 platform virgin interactive 1,420,000.00
mortal kombat 3 1994 fighting acclaim entertainment 1,340,000.00
nba jam tournament editio 1994 sports acclaim entertainment 1,120,000.00
virtua racing 1994 racing sega 260,000.00
lunar 2: eternal blue(sal 1994 role-playing game arts 140,000.00
yuu yuu hakusho: makyo to 1994 fighting sega 80,000.00
dragon slayer: the legend 1994 role-playing sega 80,000.00
j-league pro striker 2 1994 sports sega 40,000.00
castlevania bloodlines 1994 platform konami digital entertainm 40,000.00
puzzle & action: tant-r 1994 misc sega 30,000.00
Total Sales 28,350,000.00
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Regional Video Games Sales per Genre
Genre North America Europe Japan Other Global
shooter 16,240,000.00 15,900,000.00 1,060,000.00 5,020,000.00 38,220,000.00
action 9,290,000.00 10,680,000.00 7,070,000.00 3,070,000.00 30,110,000.00
sports 7,540,000.00 12,010,000.00 920,000.00 3,020,000.00 23,490,000.00
role-playing 5,890,000.00 4,280,000.00 6,610,000.00 1,400,000.00 18,180,000.00
fighting 1,840,000.00 1,340,000.00 750,000.00 540,000.00 4,470,000.00
adventure 950,000.00 1,320,000.00 1,180,000.00 370,000.00 3,820,000.00
platform 1,290,000.00 1,390,000.00 110,000.00 440,000.00 3,230,000.00
racing 730,000.00 1,770,000.00 10,000.00 280,000.00 2,790,000.00
misc 760,000.00 660,000.00 1,040,000.00 140,000.00 2,600,000.00
simulation 160,000.00 1,270,000.00 330,000.00 130,000.00 1,890,000.00
strategy 240,000.00 590,000.00 230,000.00 70,000.00 1,130,000.00
puzzle 0.00 10,000.00 0.00 0.00 10,000.00
Total Sales 129,940,000.00
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Grading Rubrics
Computer Project #08 Scoring
Summary
General Requirements:
__0__ (5 pts) Coding Standard 1-9
(descriptive comments, function headers, etc…)
Implementation:
(4 pts) open_file (No Mimir Test)
-2 points No try/except
-2 points No while loop
(6 pts) read_file function test
(5 pts) get_data_by_column function test
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(5 pts) get_genre_data function test
(4 pts) get_publisher_data function test
(4 pts) get_totals function test
(4 pts) prepare_pie function test
(3 pts) Pass Test1
(5 pts) Pass Test2
(7 pts) Pass Test3
(3 pts) Pass Test4
Note: hard coding an answer earns zero points for the whole
project
-10 points for not using main()


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