I have also tried higher order for the geometric -transform but the difference is not that appreciable. http://matplotlib.sourceforge.net/api/figure_api.html#matplotlib.figure.Figure.subplots_adjust http://matplotlib.sourceforge.net/api/figure_api.html#matplotlib.figure.SubplotParams http://matplotlib.sourceforge.net/faq/howto_faq.html#automatically-make-room-for-tick-labels As a fast and dirty trick you can pass big numbers to subplots_adjust and then use bbox_inches='tight' in savefig. When i give from scipy.interpolate import griddata, i get an import error message. Essentially, I've got a nicely > laid out GUI with the default QT Designer light gray as the "background > color". http://urldt.com/importerror-cannot/importerror-cannot-import-name-run-cli.html
Of course, I realize it might not be trivial to do, depending exactly how plots are rendered. You seem to have CSS turned off. Essentially in my code, I'm doing the following (where fig_myData is the MatplotlibWidget instance): result = self.ui.fig_myData.axes.imshow(self.myData, cmap='jet', interpolation='nearest', origin='lower', aspect='auto') self.ui.fig_myData.draw() What do I put in before the draw() statement? I've now tested my PC running OpenSUSE 11.2 with python-matplotlib-1.0.1-20.1.x86_64. https://mail.scipy.org/pipermail/scipy-user/2011-November/031050.html
The '10j' in the np.mgrid call merely specifies the number of points you want in that axis and can be changed to any other integer you want (just keep the 'j' reduce the graph automatically for a given figsize/font size >> combination so that everything fits on the figure? >> >> An example follows to demonstrate, thanks in advance > > I I understand that I can withdraw my consent at any time. And of course, if anyone has any comments or suggestions, please let me know!
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But right now, there is no way to turn off the axes spines > (because they aren't implemented as spines). Thanks in advance, Jack Re: [Matplotlib-users] deleting gray panels in Axes3D From: Benjamin Root
It all seems to work great, but I can't seem to find a way to > change the background color of the widget. The second part is a "how to" supplement and includes a technical manual for spatial analysts and a workbook for university students and teachers. No, thanks Cookies help us deliver our services. Goyo Re: [Matplotlib-users] faq: reducing figure.figsize cuts off labels and tick marks From: Goyo
Cheers, Rene On 11-02-23 05:33 PM, Benjamin Root wrote: > On Wed, Feb 23, 2011 at 4:19 PM, Rene Breton
But right now, there is no way to turn off the axes spines (because they aren't implemented as spines). check over here Any ideas? Please don't fill out this field. From: Paul Leopardi
I've tried that exact line and the error I get is "MatplotlibWidget object has no attribute 'set_facecolor'". Re: [Matplotlib-users] Qt integration and sip API From: Michele Mattioni
I was a little vague in my first question before... I.e., given > a figure object "fig": > > fig.set_facecolor(...whatever Qt API gives you the default background > color...) > > You could also experiment with > > fig.set_frameon(False) > > Und zwar habe ich zwei Probleme/Fragen:1.
Here are some similar questions that might be relevant: How do I check whether a file exists using Python? Kindly write why this happens. For example (untested): > > import numpy as np > import matplotlib.pyplot as plt > > > fig = plt.figure() > ax = fig.gca() > > xs = np.arange(10) > ys Then I've got these matplotlib widgets which by default have a > darker shade of gray/charcoal as their "background color".
Let's say one plots a sphere and a cylinder (like a rod) > that goes through the sphere and get the part of the cylinder that lies > inside the sphere Here is my command in ipython: from scipy.interpolate import RegularGridInterpolator SciPy member pv commented Jul 17, 2015 Note "New in version 0.14" as explained in the documentation. Thanks On Fri, Feb 18, 2011 at 1:54 PM, Michael Droettboom
Cheers, Andreas. Regards Bhargav Re: [Matplotlib-users] figure window coordinates From: Benjamin Root
The results for all listed backends follow. Hierfür fehlt mir derzeit noch jeglicher Ansatz... in pixels)? If/When matplotlib gains an opengl backend, this problem will be revisited.