Lists and Files In this assignment (python in wing personal software) you are to create your own database using data of your choosing. This data must contain at least?10 records? with ?5 fields?. You may fabricate this data if you wish, though it should still have meaning (Reference Number, Name, Email, and Birthday etc.), not just random numbers. You are encouraged to do your own research to find data that interests you. Some sample databases are: Sports Team Drivers Information Student Information These links may help you find data: https://toolbox.google.com/datasetsearch https://data.world/datasets/sports https://www.sports-reference.com/ https://www.statcan.gc.ca/eng/star https://www.who.int/ https://www.gapminder.org/ Be careful that you don’t pick a data set so big it’s not manageable for you. There are no bonus marks for picking more interesting data, so don’t spend too long picking the data you’re going to work with. Application: This section deals with the database you are creating.
Level 2: Your program can read your data file that has multiple fields and records into appropriate related lists. Print the contents of the file to the screen in well organized columns.
Level 3: Continued from level 2. Your program can modify individual fields in a record. Use some kind of ID Number to determine which record to modify. It should write the data from the related lists back to the file without loss of information. Hint: Read in the file. Add and modify data in the lists of your program. Then before the program exits write ALL the information back to the file.
Level 4: Continued from level 3. Your program should now be able to add new records and delete specific records from the database. Everything is written back to the file to keep the data current. Level 4+ Continued from level 4. Choose at least 3 of the different categories in your database and allow the user to generate meaningful reports. e.g. Players who have scored more than 20 goals. e.g. List of students whose Major is Music. Thinking: This section deals with the interface the user has to your database. It is expected that all output is aesthetically pleasing and any responses from the program are clear about its state. Level 2: Your program is a text based interface of the data in your database. It runs through all the options in Application once and then exits. Level 3: Your interface is still text based but uses a menu that allows the user to select options using the keyboard to navigate through your database. The program will only exit when the user wants it to by typing in assigned variable
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