Plotting x and y focuses
work is utilized to draw focuses (markers>
in an outline.
As a matter of course, the plot(>
work defines a boundary from one highlight another.
The capacity takes boundaries for determining focuses in the outline.
Boundary 1 is an exhibit containing the focuses on the x-hub.
Boundary 2 is an exhibit containing the focuses on the y-hub.
In the event that we really want to plot a line from (1, 3>
to (8, 10>
, we need to pass two clusters [1, 8] and [3, 10] to the plot work.
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
import numpy as np
xpoints = np.array([1, 8]>
ypoints = np.array([3, 10]>