I have a python based project due tomorrow night. You’ll have to reach the assig

I have a python based project due tomorrow night. You’ll have to reach the assignment through my desire 2 learn account for my school here is the link: https://ggc.view.usg.edu/d2l/home/2333506 (my login credentials email: jmorgan22@ggc.edu password: Baseballman1$) you’ll probably need a verification code once you initially log if you click the call option it would be much more efficient. When you click on the assignments tab (which should be on the top of the screen) go to the very last page and you’ll see the Twitter Project (all parts) it will give you the assignment instructions. The project has to be submitted through gradescope that gradescope link will take to where the project needs to be uploaded and submitted. If you use Notepad ++ code editor, which is what we usually use and you type up the function, gradescope will grade it right then and there after it has been submitted. If you get it wrong it will allow you to go back and make revisions in notepad ++ as many times as you need.

Create a Python Packet Sniffer. The sniffer will operate in Promiscuous mode and

Create a Python Packet Sniffer. The sniffer will operate in Promiscuous mode and capture traffic for no less than 5 minutes within a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE)
Once the capture is complete, the sniffer will report the following information for each unique packet observed (unique packets are considered those with the same source and destination IP and use the same server port).
You will record the number of occurrences of each unique packets within the hour they occurred. The output should look something like the image provided.
In addition, the report will include the total number of packets observed and the total number of unique packets. 
Note: the network traffic to sniff will happen within a VLE by launching a web browser while the sniffer is running and popular websites like google, amazon, etc., are being accessed.
Chapter 3 of the book Black Hat Python was used for reference.

Given a number N, generate a star pattern such that on the first line there are

Given a number N, generate a star pattern such that on the first line there are N stars and on the subsequent lines the number of stars decreases by 1.
The pattern generated should have N rows. In every row, every fifth star (*) is replaced with a hash (#).
Every row should have the required number of stars (*) and hash (#) symbols.

The python homework is not long, only the first two exercises should be enough.

The python homework is not long, only the first two exercises should be enough. The difficulty level is not high. Additional comments/explanations should be added in order to offer a better explanation of what is going on. I should mention that I will re-write the code in the notebooks of the google colab since we are not actually working in python. As mentioned before, 6 hours is the most time I could give. Thank you so much !

Same as last 2 assignments, EDA, Markdown cells and well commented code. A templ

Same as last 2 assignments, EDA, Markdown cells and well commented code. A template for reference is attached as well as what is expected of the assignment and how it is being graded. Data set included, if anything further is needed or questions please let me know. Once the notebook is complete I will be doing a power point on the notebook to complete assignment.

Note: To pass all the automated tests you need to create and call the main funct

Note: To pass all the automated tests you need to create and call the main function as described in this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lOeIDvyRUQs
Hint: This video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o1Rxrtiqml8 covering how to use command line arguments might be useful.
Hint: An example log file can be found in the attached materials named as lab2_1.txt
This video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QgSZ8os-UZQ recorded while running the finished script showcases how the script shall look and work when finished.
I would also like for you to do this step below marked in ” ” quotation marks before or after being done with writing the code.
“Here the student shall present what method or methods he or she has chosen to use when devising a plan. This section shall also contain the plan created  as  a  template  for  how  to  solve  the  task.  It  is  up  to  the  student  to  choose  what approach to use, but some examples of approaches are: Flow chart, Pseudo code, Diagrams or Models, Draw a picture. This section shall also be brief but it is important that the student manages to convey his or her plan in an understandable way.”

Provide an analysis of delayed flights based on the airport the flight originate

Provide an analysis of delayed flights based on the airport the flight originated from. your analysis should answer the following questions.
Is the distribution of delayed flights normally distributed?
Describe the shape of the distribution based on the QQ-plot.
What is the probablity a flight leaving from a given airport will arrive at its destination late?
Hint: Calculate the probablity of late arrival at destination for each originating airport.
Determine the originaing airport with the largest proportion of flights arriving late to their destination.
I already cleaned the data and it just have a small number of missing values. All what I need is answering the first question because I am not good in math and Statistics. I know the price is low but the I have done a lot already, I only need an answer to the probability question above. I have all the files. Thank you.

I have 2 pieces of code already written out. I want to automate the one that dra

I have 2 pieces of code already written out. I want to automate the one that draws a mountain range. I want to combine it with the other set of code so that it draws the same mountain range but smaller in the small white box for an example. It also needs to be able to be ran from a command prompt windows as well.

Note: To pass all the automated tests you need to create and call the main funct

Note: To pass all the automated tests you need to create and call the main function as described in this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lOeIDvyRUQs
Hint: This video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o1Rxrtiqml8 covering how to use command line arguments might be useful.
Hint: An example log file can be found in the attached materials named as lab2_1.txt
This video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QgSZ8os-UZQ recorded while running the finished script showcases how the script shall look and work when finished.
I would also like for you to do this step below marked in ” ” quotation marks before or after being done with writing the code.
“Here the student shall present what method or methods he or she has chosen to use when devising a plan. This section shall also contain the plan created  as  a  template  for  how  to  solve  the  task.  It  is  up  to  the  student  to  choose  what approach to use, but some examples of approaches are: Flow chart, Pseudo code, Diagrams or Models, Draw a picture. This section shall also be brief but it is important that the student manages to convey his or her plan in an understandable way.”

Lab 2 – Web Scraping Backend Layer (refers to data access and manipulation) : Us

Lab 2 – Web Scraping
Backend Layer (refers to data access and manipulation) :
Using BeautifulSoup, scrape this website:
“https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_carbon_dioxide_emissions”
Scrape the “List of countries by carbon dioxide emissions” for the data.  Store the scraped data in an object from your SQLite database class from lab1.
Frontend Layer (refers to the user interface):
Using the database passed from the backend, sort the data by the Fossil CO2 Emissions 2017 (% of the world) column.  Extract the top 10 countries’ data, and plot them in a pie-graph using your Graphics module from lab1.
I attach lab 1 as well