[SciPy-user] another gplt question

Steve Schmerler elcorto at gmx.net
Wed Aug 11 14:00:21 CDT 2004


> I have code that plots several traces on several plots.  I found hold 
> and got that to work for plotting multiple traces on a plot.  However, 
> I seem to have frequent issues with data from a previous plot ending up 
> on a subsequent plot in addition to the new data.  Is there a way to 
> explicitly tell gplt that a plot is done and all subsequent plot 
> commands are for a new plot?  It seems strange that there isn't an gplt 
> instance for each plot or something of that nature.
> 
> -Matt
> 
Hi

If I got you right you want to have 5 e.g. plot windows with say 2 data
curves (traces) in each. Maybe something like

    for i in range(5):
        figure()
        plot(....) # curve 1
        hold('on')
        plot(....) # curve 2

can help.

bye
steve

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