Sir can you please explain the importance of rugs in our graph… dint understand from the video lecture
Rugs are used in order to illuminate existing information from the data which might have been lost during plotting.
They’re used for 1D data plots.
Each rug(line) represents a data point.
Sir, I have a question that suppose if I have a list x=[1, 1,2,3 , 4] then when I take the bins=3 I get the below graph
But when I take bins=inter(3/0.5) I get this graph
Now sir in the former one it was showing double graph in 3-4 intervel but it should show one as 4 is not included please reply