How to make a multiple line chart using matplotlib?
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How to make a multiple line chart using matplotlib?

How to make a multiple line chart using matplotlib?

This recipe helps you make a multiple line chart using matplotlib

Recipe Objective

How to make a multiple line chart using matplotlib?

Step 1- Import Libraries.

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt import numpy as np

Step 2- Creating arrays.

x=np.array([2,5,7,9,10,33,64]) y=np.array([3,5,1,5,15,35,50]) a=np.array([14,17,19,25,18,30]) b=np.array([11,19,22,25,31,34])

Step 3- plotting the graph.

plt.plot(x,y) plt.plot(a,b)

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