[Numpy-discussion] NumPy Histogram for Tentative NumPy Tutorial Questions
Thu Nov 26 19:18:39 CST 2009
Yes, I'm just beginning to deal with the contents of NumPy, SciLab, and
SciPy. They all have seemed part of one another, but I think I see how
they've divided up the game. NumPy has no graphics. PyLab has them,
basically under matplotlib. histogram seems a bit odd to me. Here's
what I mean. I chopped some lines out of the other program:
#v = [5,5,2,2,2,6,4,4,3,3]
# Plot a normalized histogram
pylab.hist(v, bins=8, normed=1)
If it's run, I would have expected 4 bars separated by the same
distance. The commented version of v is worse. It gives bar heights that
are of an even height. Using more bins gives some odd length bars. Maybe
an x row would help.
While I'm at it what's with the two arrows at the bottom and the cross?
I see the cross moves the drawing area, but does anyone really want to
do that? The arrows seem to only move the drawing area slightly. Zoom,
pencil, seems pretty offbeat.
Pauli Virtanen wrote:
> to, 2009-11-26 kello 15:08 -0800, Wayne Watson kirjoitti:
>> I guess the answer is easy about why a plot is not produced. The remark
>> in the histogram line says this will not work in numpy. Oh, well.
> It works as it is intended to work. Numpy's histogram function just
> computes the histogram -- you have to plot it yourself.
> Indeed, the next two lines in the example use Matplotlib (ie. pylab) to
> plot the histogram.
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