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    @auolloa This is a great topic and it sounds like you have interesting data, but it’s not clear how to use it or what the graphs mean. Some questions:

    • What should I enter in the search box?
    • Why do you show one bar per word and one bar for the whole entry?
    • Is salaries USD, and is it per-hour or in thousands?
    • How much data is this from Indeed (time period, region, de-duping)?
    • Is the last graph the same as the first, but with color?
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      Good points. I created this as a 4-hour challenge so I definitely left out some things.

      • What should I enter in the search box? Skills separated by spaces
      • Why do you show one bar per word and one bar for the whole entry? One bar per whole entry, the program will take the first 20 words, and only create skill sets combinations with the maximum size of 4 skills.
      • Is salaries USD, and is it per-hour or in thousands? Salary is in Thousands USD per year
      • How much data is this from Indeed (time period, region, de-duping)? It just web scrapes the salary estimate numbers displayed on indeed when you query skill sets and then performs a weighted average.
      • Is the last graph the same as the first, but with color? Yup basically just a visual combination of the two first graphs, kinda like a heat map.

      I’ll label the graphs better, add some of these details to the GitHub readme and update the project. Thanks for the feedback.