eric at scipy.org
Tue Feb 19 01:08:25 CST 2002
> I didn't have any problems using the plt module, it works fine.
Sorry. Confused this with a previous post by a different person about plot
> I found
> the module when I was looking for a "autoticker". I have just finished a
> "SVG wrapper" in python and I am trying to test it by creating some
> plots. I used the autoticker for defining the axis. SVG is the new w3c
> standard for vector graphics. It's a very easy way of creating plots and
This sounds very interesting. Any chance your code open? If so, I'd like to
take a look. Also, what resources did you use to learn about SVG?
> >default_bounds may have been intended to be visible outside the module.
> Whether that was ever used, I'm not sure. Your right though. The test
> for None is better and much safer. In this case, it isn't causing any
> problems (besides aesthetics). The plt module has rarely been accused
> of "elegance." Hopefully the 2nd cut will make Audry Hepburn envious.
> >I haven't seen anything in any of these corrections that would account
> for the problems you were having. Are they still occuring, or have you
> found the root of the problem?
> >> 370 def auto_ticks(data_bounds, bounds_info = None):
> >> 371 if bounds_info==None:
> >> 372 bounds_info = ['auto','auto','auto']
> >> is a bit more elegant than:
> >> 369 default_bounds = ['auto','auto','auto']
> >> 370 def auto_ticks(data_bounds, bounds_info =
> >> default_bounds):
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