Explain about the anatomy of Matplotlib plots in Python?

Matplotlib library is built upon Numpy. It is a Python library that is used to visualize data. It is a tree−like hierarchical structure which consists of objects that makeup each of these plots.

A ’Figure’ in Matplotlib can be understood as the outermost storage for a graph. This ‘Figure’ can contains multiple ‘Axes’ objects. ‘Axes’ object is NOT the plural form of ‘Axis’ in this case.

‘Axes’ can be understood as a part of ‘Figure’, a subplot. It can be used to manipulate every part of the graph inside it. A ‘Figure’ object in an Matplotlib is a box that stores one or more ‘Axes’ objects.

Under ‘Axes’ comes the tick marks, lines, legends, and text boxes in the hierarchy. Every object in the Matplotlib can be manipulated.

Image credit:https://matplotlib.org/examples/showcase/anatomy.html