FAQ: Make a Line Chart - Make a line chart

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[Beta] Learn Data Visualization with Python

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Not a question, but a comment. The instructions for some of the exercises could be a little more clear. If you see the first example, it uses ‘Mon’, ‘Tues’, ‘Wed’.

The instructions say to: " Write the code to make a line graph plotting the monthly average high temperature in Windhoek on the y-axis and month names on the x-axis** ."

However, the lesson (no doubt a snapshot of some other one), doesn’t show the syntax expected for the exercise. Based on examples, you might be temped to type the month name with ‘month’ or to do the numbers.

Not the case. It’s similar to SQL queries, but nowhere does the lesson mention that, which would key to completing the exercise.

Also, no matter what I do, it’s still rendering an error. (See screenshot. I don’t know about you, but I see a line).

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