# Adult vs Newborn Size 1 (Graphing)

It makes sense that larger organisms have larger offspring, but what the mathematical form of this relationship should be is unclear. Letâ€™s look at the problem empirically for mammals.

Download some
mammal life history data
from the web. You can do this either directly in the program using `urllib`

or
download the file to your computer using your browser and import it from there.

Import the data into a Pandas data frame. There are some extra blank lines at
the end of this file, so get rid of them by using the optional `read_csv()`

argument, `skip_footer=7`

.

Missing data in this file is specified by -999 and -999.00. Tell Pandas that
these are null values using the optional `read_csv()`

argument,
`na_values=['-999', '-999.00']`

. This will stop them from being plotted.

- Graph adult mass vs. newborn mass. Label the axes.
- Graph the log (base 10) of adult mass vs. the log (base 10) of newborn mass. Label the axes.
- For data where
`order`

is`Rodentia`

, graph the log (base 10) of adult mass vs. the log (base 10) of newborn mass. Label the axes.

*Expected outputs for Adult vs Newborn Size 1:*

*1*

*2*

*3*