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I want to plot nodes from 0 to 28 without including nodes from 2:9 I tried to use this command, but got syntax error:

plt.scatter(node_coords[0:2&&10:28,0], node_coords[0:28,1], color='red', s=70)
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You can't use && when slicing, but you can use np.concatenate. Here's an example

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
import numpy as np

node_coords = np.random.rand(28, 2)

selected_nodes = np.concatenate((node_coords[0:2], node_coords[10:28]))

plt.scatter(selected_nodes[:, 0], selected_nodes[:, 1], s=35)
plt.show()
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    – whpowell96
    Dec 12, 2023 at 18:44

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