FAQ: Making a Visual Argument - Clean up subplots

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[Beta] Learn Data Visualization with Python

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I’m stuck on question 2 in the Clean up subplots module.
The graph prints the expected output but clicking on “Test work” returns the error:
properties() takes 1 positional argument but 2 were given

I’ve tried copying the solution code into the worksheet but the problem persists!

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Same issue- presume remains unresolved?

I ended up deleting the code, restarting the module then using the answer copied straight in before running it again and it seemed to work this way.
It’s a bit of a buggy module this one.


Same problem here but the restarting of the module is not working