[Numpy-discussion] wanted: decent matplotlib alternative
Thu Oct 13 16:39:08 CDT 2011
On Oct 13, 2011, at 4:21 PM, Zachary Pincus <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I keep meaning to use matplotlib as well, but every time I try I also get really turned off by the matlabish interface in the examples. I get that it's a selling point for matlab refugees, but I find it counterintuitive in the same way Christoph seems to.
> I'm glad to hear the OO interface isn't as clunky as it looks on some of the doc pages, though. This is good news. Can anyone point out any good tutorials/docs on using matplotlib idiomatically via its OO interface?
I would start with these examples
These examples use pyplot only for figure generation, mostly because this is the easiest way to get a Figure instance correctly wired across user interface toolkits, but use the API for everything else.
And this tutorial, which explains the central object hierarchy:
For a deeper dive, these tutorials may be of interest too:
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