In lecture 21, i.e [DNNs using Python: Classification with Sigmoid Neuron]
the question is what is s stands in plt.scatter method?
And the correct answer as per the course :- it is used to set the scatter plot, Bigger points indicate higher errors whereas smaller point indicates smaller error value.
I think the correct answer should be Bigger points indicate the errors whereas smaller point indicates correct prediction.
I actually cannot add the link of specifi video here. (its 5th one from the bottom)
but the question is : What does the argument ‘s’ in matplotlib.scatter() mean? Why was it used in the video?