The `seaborn` package isn’t doing anything in particular here. So I’m not sure where this is coming from.
It looks like seaborn is looking for a module named seaborn that has no attribute called displot in it. This is not a big deal because the seaborn package needs a module called seaborn. This is not a critical bug because the seaborn package can have multiple modules named seaborn. Some packages have many modules in them and require a seaborn module as well.
Well, if the seaborn package wants to be able to create plots, you can change the name of this module to seabborn (or seaborn if you are feeling masochistic) or you can just drop it (and its dependencies) from your project. We’re also working on a new module called seaborn that will be an API for the seaborn package that will allow a variety of other packages to be able to extend it.
That’s pretty cool, seaborn is going to be one of those core modules that will be used in a lot of places, like we just saw with the module that allows a variety of other packages to extend it.
The first thing we can do with seaborn is make it a module. We can do this because there are so many seaborn packages that are going to need to be able to extend it. Some of these packages may actually be packages that we can install on our own but there are a lot of other packages that we just need to install. So we can make it a module and we can make it be able to install other packages.
I’m not sure I totally understand the purpose of the seaborn community, but I think I can make a guess. I think it’s a place to provide an easy way for people to share information with each other. We can do it by making a module and making a seaborn package.
Well, we can’t really do a seaborn package because, as I noted, we can’t install it on our own. So we need to make a module, then a seaborn package.