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Would it be possible to allow the `plot`

function to accept an array `y`

argument that is the same size as a vector `x`

along *one* of its dimensions, not just the first? The following code works in MATLAB, for example:

```
x = linspace(0, 2*pi); % Size: [1 x 100]
k = (0:2)'; % Size: [3 x 1]
y = sin(k*x); % Size: [3 x 100]
plot(x, y) % Second dimensions are the same
plot(x, y') % Second dimension of x is the same as first dimension of y'
```

Matplotlib behaves differently:

```
x = np.linspace(0, 2 * np.pi) # Shape: (50,)
k = np.arange(3). # Shape: (3,)
y = np.sin(np.outer(k, x)) # Shape: (3, 50)
plt.plot(x, y) # Returns ValueError
plt.plot(x, y.T) # y.T has shape (50, 3), compatible with x
```