# Simple program The way of using Python Graph | 2D Graph |

Graph in python is very interesting . You have to import library  | matplotlib.pyplot |
Plotting is a  graph include some pre built function . These are follows-  plot(),  title(), lable(), show().
Plot function help you in plotting of function
Title function is used in giving the title of that graph.
Label function is used in labeling graph.
Show function is used in showing your graph.
Syntax  for making simple graph

```import matplotlib.pyplot as pt

x=[1,3,4]
y=[2,4,3]
pt.plot(x,y)
x=[1,6,0,1,1,9,7,0]
y=[1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8]
pt.plot(x,y,label="x,y")
pt.plot(y,x,label="y,x")
pt.xlabel("time")
pt.ylabel("Space")
pt.title("Not A demo Graph")
pt.legend()
pt.show()
```

Graph with marker – The syntax are same but it had little addup in plot() function .If you has added below syntax
your Graph with marker is done for you .

```x=[1,6,0,1,1,9,7,0]
y=[1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8]
pt.plot(x,y, label = "x y",color='green', linestyle='dashed', linewidth = 3,
marker='X', markerfacecolor='blue', markersize=12)
pt.plot(y,x, label = "y x",color='yellow', linestyle='dashed', linewidth = 3,
marker='X', markerfacecolor='blue', markersize=12)
pt.xlabel("time")
pt.ylabel("Space")
pt.title("Not a Demo Graph")
pt.legend()
pt.show()
```

Bar graph

Syntax of plotting bar graph

```import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
x=[1,6,0,1,1,9,7,0]
y=[1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8]
plt.bar(x,y,label="xy")
plt.bar(y,x,label="yx")
plt.xlabel("time")
plt.ylabel("Space")
plt.title("Demo Two Graphs")
plt.legend()
plt.show()
```

Output of given program is given below In every graph you can change Color, Width of graph / Width of bar
These are some useful syntax which help in using syntax of graph.
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## 2 thoughts on “Simple program The way of using Python Graph | 2D Graph |”

1. Ishita Gupta says:

What for ‘pt.legend()’ is used?

1. Abhay Singh Raghuvanshi says:

Here pt.legend() is used for scaling the graph . Just run your code with pt.legend () and with out pt.legend() you will see the scaling difference there.