I've started on a project graphing Tomcat logs using gnuplot-py, specifically correlating particular requests with memory allocation and garbage collection. What is the
collective wisdom on gnuplot-py vs Matplotlib for Python graphing. Are there better g...

Asked By Ethan Heilman

I've started on a project graphing Tomcat logs using gnuplot-py, specifically correlating particular requests with memory allocation and garbage collection. What is the
collective wisdom on gnuplot-py vs Matplotlib for Python graphing. Are there better g...

Asked By Ethan Heilman

How can I change the size of only the yaxis label?
Right now, I change the size of all labels using
pylab.rc('font', family='serif', size=40)
but in my case, I would like to make the y-axis label larger than the x-axis. However, I'd like to leave the t...

Asked By zje

How can I change the size of only the yaxis label?
Right now, I change the size of all labels using
pylab.rc('font', family='serif', size=40)
but in my case, I would like to make the y-axis label larger than the x-axis. However, I'd like to leave the t...

Asked By zje

I'm using Matplotlib to plot a histogram.
Using tips from my previous question: Matplotlib - label each bin,
I've more or less go the kinks worked out.
There's one final issue - previously - the x-axis label ("Time (in milliseconds)") was being rendered ...

Asked By victorhooi

I'm using Matplotlib to plot a histogram.
Using tips from my previous question: Matplotlib - label each bin,
I've more or less go the kinks worked out.
There's one final issue - previously - the x-axis label ("Time (in milliseconds)") was being rendered ...

Asked By victorhooi

How can I add a newline to a plot's label (e.g. xlabel or ylabel) in matplotlib? For example,
plt.bar([1, 2], [4, 5])
plt.xlabel("My x label")
plt.ylabel(r"My long label with $\Sigma_{C}$ math \n continues here")
Ideally I'd like the y-labeled to be ...

Asked By user248237

How can I add a newline to a plot's label (e.g. xlabel or ylabel) in matplotlib? For example,
plt.bar([1, 2], [4, 5])
plt.xlabel("My x label")
plt.ylabel(r"My long label with $\Sigma_{C}$ math \n continues here")
Ideally I'd like the y-labeled to be ...

Asked By user248237

So, it seems one cannot do the following (it raises an error, since axes does not have a set_linewidth method):
axes_style = {'linewidth':5}
axes_rect = [0.1, 0.1, 0.9, 0.9]
axes(axes_rect, **axes_style)
and has to use the following old trick instead:...

Asked By mlvljr

So, it seems one cannot do the following (it raises an error, since axes does not have a set_linewidth method):
axes_style = {'linewidth':5}
axes_rect = [0.1, 0.1, 0.9, 0.9]
axes(axes_rect, **axes_style)
and has to use the following old trick instead:...

Asked By mlvljr

I am trying to create a stacked histogram with data from 2 or more uneven pandas dataframes? So far I can get them to graph on top of each other but not stack.
import pandas as pd
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
df = pd.read_csv('dert.csv', encoding = ...

Asked By ccsv

With matplotlib when a log scale is specified for an axis, the default method of labeling that axis is with numbers that are 10 to a power eg. 10^6. Is there an easy way to change all of these labels to be their full numerical representation? eg. 1, 10, 1...

Asked By Nat Dempkowski

With matplotlib when a log scale is specified for an axis, the default method of labeling that axis is with numbers that are 10 to a power eg. 10^6. Is there an easy way to change all of these labels to be their full numerical representation? eg. 1, 10, 1...

Asked By Nat Dempkowski

I have a graph with multiple data sets on it. I need to continually redraw these lines, each separately, as the data is updated. How can I delete and reestablish it repeatedly, preferably without having to delete the entire graph and redraw all of the lin...

Asked By Elliot

I'm currently using Matplotlib to create a histogram:
import matplotlib
matplotlib.use('Agg')
import matplotlib.pyplot as pyplot
...
fig = pyplot.figure()
ax = fig.add_subplot(1,1,1,)
n, bins, patches = ax.hist(measurements, bins=50, range=(graph_minim...

Asked By victorhooi

I'm currently using Matplotlib to create a histogram:
import matplotlib
matplotlib.use('Agg')
import matplotlib.pyplot as pyplot
...
fig = pyplot.figure()
ax = fig.add_subplot(1,1,1,)
n, bins, patches = ax.hist(measurements, bins=50, range=(graph_minim...

Asked By victorhooi

Ok so I have the code below for real-time graphing some data from an embedded device received over serial. It's not meant to be a production tool but rather an internal eng tool, hence it's not terribly user-friendly. The problem is that no matter what I ...

Asked By therealjumbo