FAQ: Learn Seaborn Introduction - Calculating Different Aggregates

This community-built FAQ covers the “Calculating Different Aggregates” exercise from the lesson “Learn Seaborn Introduction”.

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Data Science

Data Visualization in Python

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Question: can someone please explain to me why some methods of function is like this: np.median; while others can be like this: plt.show( ), why some of the method has the ( ) operator and some dont. furthermore, why you can put parameters within the () for some of them, but not for others? Thanks.