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I'm plotting two data series with Pandas with seaborn imported. Ideally, I would like the horizontal grid lines shared between both the left and the right y-axis, but I'm under the impression that this is hard to do.

As a compromise, I would like to remove the gridlines altogether. The following code, however, produces the horizontal gridlines for the secondary y-axis.

import pandas as pd

import numpy as np

import seaborn as sns

data = pd.DataFrame(np.cumsum(np.random.normal(size=(100,2)),axis=0),columns=['A','B'])


gridlines that I want to get rid of

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You can get the Axes object out after plotting and perform .grid(False) on both axes. Refer the following code:

# Gets the axes object out after plotting

ax = data.plot(...)

# Turns off-grid on the left Axis.


# Turns off-grid on the secondary (right) Axis.


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