[SciPy-user] xplt documentation

Arnd Baecker arnd.baecker at web.de
Wed Apr 28 05:59:36 CDT 2004


Hi Nadav,

First you can try
  help("scipy.xplt")
  help("scipy.xplt.plot")
to get further information.
As xplt is based on pygist this document
  http://bonsai.ims.u-tokyo.ac.jp/~mdehoon/software/python/pygist_html/pygist.html
might help you further.

You wrote that you would like to use xplt interactively -
I am not sure what you mean, e.g. the following works nicely

In [1]: from scipy.xplt import *
In [2]: x=arange(0.0,1.0,0.1)
In [3]: plg(x*x,x)

(the prompt is from Ipython, but the normal python will do as well,
though you'll miss all the nice features of Ipython ;-).
You can still use the mouse to zoom in and such.
To capture a mouse click you can use the mouse function of xplt.

Hope this helps.

Arnd


On Wed, 28 Apr 2004, Nadav Horesh wrote:

> I just started to play with xplt under linux. The package seems to fill
> some of the missing features in gnuplot(gplt) 4.0. The problem I have is
> that I can not use it interactively unless I run a loop of
> xplt.pyg_pending(). Is there a "decent" way to make an interactive xplt
> session? Where can I find some useful documentation beside the plotting
> tutorial?
>
>   Nadav.
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