Exercise

# Number of edges over time

You're now going to get some practice plotting other evolving graph statistics. We'll start with a simpler exercise to kick things off. First off, plot the number of edges over time.

To do this, you'll create a list of the number of edges per month. The index of this list will correspond to the months elapsed since the first month.

Instructions

**100 XP**

- Import
`matplotlib.pyplot`

as`plt`

. - Create a list of the number of edges per month called
`edge_sizes`

. Use a list comprehension to do this, where you iterate over`Gs`

using an iterator variable called`g`

, and your output expression is`len(g.edges())`

. - Plot edge sizes over time.