DateY charts work the same as any XY chart, with one exception. Each data point is associated with a date, not a string type in Python with a date but a physical datetime object in our Python code. Each X label will be associated with a
date object in our Python code, and Y will either be an integer or a float supplied by us.
Unlike our scatter plots, DateY does include its own function with its own rules to be followed. Let's build a very simple DateY chart to see what we are dealing with. Firstly, before running the following code, take a look at the
datetime library, specifically
datetime library is a built-in library for Python and is pretty straightforward. It allows dates to be saved to code from the ...