Screen Link: https://paste.pics/9PWO0
fig = plt.figure(figsize=(18, 3)) for sp in range(0,6): ax = fig.add_subplot(1,6,sp+1) ax.plot(women_degrees['Year'], women_degrees[stem_cats[sp]], c=cb_dark_blue, label='Women', linewidth=3) ax.plot(women_degrees['Year'], 100-women_degrees[stem_cats[sp]], c=cb_orange, label='Men', linewidth=3) for key,spine in ax.spines.items(): spine.set_visible(False) ax.set_xlim(1968, 2011) ax.set_ylim(0,100) ax.set_title(stem_cats[sp]) ax.tick_params(bottom="off", top="off", left="off", right="off") if sp == 0: ax.text(2005,87,'Men') ax.text(2002,8,'Women') elif sp == 5: ax.text(2005,62,'Men') ax.text(2001,35,'Women') plt.show()
What I expected to happen:
I expected my answer to go through as it is identical to the solution in the original code and had been mostly prefilled.
What actually happened:
It told me that it did not match although the output was identical and so was the code. If you look at the screenshot I took of the provided answer it has all this unnecessary code in the beginning and it seems that every mission in the plotting and visualising data missions have had the same problem.
I have been really enjoying Dataquest up to this point but it seems ridiculous that I have to paste the provided answer into the code box each time to progress through a lesson even when I have provided the correct answer. This has happened over 10 times in the data visualisation section and nowhere else and the only obvious difference is that the provided answer code contains the original code and then the solution, separated by a comment.
Your 1st plot doesn’t match what we expected.