How can I flip the origin of a matplotlib plot to be in the upper-left corner - as opposed to the default lower-left? I'm using matplotlib.pylab.plot to produce the plot (though if there is another plotting routine that is more flexible, please let me kn...

Asked By Nate

I am making a group of subplot (say, 3 x 2) in matplotlib, but I have fewer than 6 datasets. How can I make the remaining subplot blank?
The arrangement looks like this:
+----+----+
| 0,0| 0,1|
+----+----+
| 1,0| 1,1|
+----+----+
| 2,0| 2,1|
+----+----+...

Asked By mishaF

I am making a group of subplot (say, 3 x 2) in matplotlib, but I have fewer than 6 datasets. How can I make the remaining subplot blank?
The arrangement looks like this:
+----+----+
| 0,0| 0,1|
+----+----+
| 1,0| 1,1|
+----+----+
| 2,0| 2,1|
+----+----+...

Asked By mishaF

I would like to draw a standard 2D line graph with pylot, but force the axes' values to be between 0 and 600 on the x, and 10k and 20k on the y. Let me go with an example...
import pylab as p
p.title(save_file)
p.axis([0.0,600.0,1000000.0,2000000.0])
...

Asked By Stuart

I would like to draw a standard 2D line graph with pylot, but force the axes' values to be between 0 and 600 on the x, and 10k and 20k on the y. Let me go with an example...
import pylab as p
p.title(save_file)
p.axis([0.0,600.0,1000000.0,2000000.0])
...

Asked By Stuart

I think this is quite easy but I searched the internet and matplotlib users mailing list and not able to find an answer. ax2 is an inset axes within the "ax" axes in figure "fig", which I make by following here:
http://matplotlib.sourceforge.net/examples/...

Asked By wiswit

In matlab, it's straightforward to get and set the position of an existing axes on the figure:
pos = get(gca(), 'position')
set(gca(), 'position', pos)
How do I do this in Matplotlib?
I need this for two related reasons:
These are the specific pr...

Asked By Åsmund

I have the following plot:
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
fig2 = plt.figure()
ax3 = fig2.add_subplot(2,1,1)
ax4 = fig2.add_subplot(2,1,2)
ax4.loglog(x1, y1)
ax3.loglog(x2, y2)
ax3.set_ylabel('hello')
I want to be able to create axes labels and titles...

Asked By farqwag25

I do the following imports:
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
import matplotlib.axes as ax
import matplotlib
import pylab
It properly executes
plt.plot(y1, 'b')
plt.plot(y2, 'r')
plt.grid()
plt.axhline(1, color='black', lw=2)
plt.show()
and shows the...

Asked By user1067305

I have the following plot:
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
fig2 = plt.figure()
ax3 = fig2.add_subplot(2,1,1)
ax4 = fig2.add_subplot(2,1,2)
ax4.loglog(x1, y1)
ax3.loglog(x2, y2)
ax3.set_ylabel('hello')
I want to be able to create axes labels and titles...

Asked By farqwag25

In matlab, it's straightforward to get and set the position of an existing axes on the figure:
pos = get(gca(), 'position')
set(gca(), 'position', pos)
How do I do this in Matplotlib?
I need this for two related reasons:
These are the specific pr...

Asked By Åsmund

I want to plot 2 subplots by using matlibplot axes. Since these two subplots have the same ylabel and ticks, I want to turn off both the ticks AND marks of the second subplot. Following is my short script:
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
ax1=plt.axes([0....

Asked By Hailiang Zhang

I need to make a candlestick chart (something like this) using some stock data. For this I want to use the function matplotlib.finance.candlestick(). To this function I need to supply quotes and "an Axes instance to plot to". I created some sample quotes ...

Asked By kramer65

I need to make a candlestick chart (something like this) using some stock data. For this I want to use the function matplotlib.finance.candlestick(). To this function I need to supply quotes and "an Axes instance to plot to". I created some sample quotes ...

Asked By kramer65

I am trying to create a 3D bar histogram in Python using bar3d() in Matplotlib.
I have got to the point where I can display my histogram on the screen after passing it some data, but I am stuck on the following:
Displaying axes labels correctly (curren...

Asked By Dman

I have to translate an image plotting script from matlab to matplotlib/pylab, and I'm trying to achieve the same effect as the matlab image below:
As you can see, the z order of the plots seem to be higher than the z order of the grid, so the markers a...

Asked By nay

I would like to write the radian units of the axes as proportional to \pi: something like
$\frac{\pi}{4}$, $\frac{\pi}{2}$, ...
in place of
0.785, 1.5707 ...
Is there any standard way?
As an example, what should I add to the following code?
fro...

Asked By DdD

I'm very new to Python and programming in general, so apologies in advance if I'm missing something obvious. I'm trying to plot a graph and label the axes, but every time I try to label the y axis an exception is raised. I wrote the code below in a new sc...

Asked By neptune36

I'm very new to Python and programming in general, so apologies in advance if I'm missing something obvious. I'm trying to plot a graph and label the axes, but every time I try to label the y axis an exception is raised. I wrote the code below in a new sc...

Asked By neptune36

I have an image:
Here in the y-axis I would like to get 5x10^-5 4x10^-5 and so on instead of 0.00005 0.00004.
What I have tried so far is:
fig = plt.figure()
ax = fig.add_subplot(111)
y_formatter = matplotlib.ticker.ScalarFormatter(useOffset=True)...

Asked By user3397243