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Lesson 1 - pyplot not a library #665

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HeatherAn opened this issue Jul 18, 2019 · 1 comment
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Lesson 1 - pyplot not a library #665

HeatherAn opened this issue Jul 18, 2019 · 1 comment
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At the end of lesson 1 (Key Points) the last point says: 'Use the pyplot library from matplotlib for creating simple visualizations'. I guess this is a typo (?). Pyplot is a module of the matplotlib library.

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maxim-belkin commented Jul 19, 2019

At the end of lesson 1 (Key Points) the last point says: 'Use the pyplot library from matplotlib for creating simple visualizations'. I guess this is a typo (?). Pyplot is a module of the matplotlib library.

matplotlib is a "package", and pyplot is a "library module" (or simply "module") within that package. These terminology differences are not important for our lesson and referring to both of them as "libraries" is permissible and desirable -- in the end, both "packages" and "modules" can be imported.

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