[SciPy-user] plotting with scipy

Ryan Krauss ryanlists@gmail....
Tue Mar 27 07:30:48 CDT 2007


I think almost all users of scipy use matplotlib instead of scipy's
plotting capabilities.  It is really a great package especially if you
only need 2D plotting.  Check out matplotlib.sourceforge.net.

Ryan

On 3/27/07, javi markez bigara <nowar00@hotmail.com> wrote:
> hi,
>
> i am looking for the easy way to plot some coordinates with
> scipy.gplt.pyPlot this is how i try it but is not working as i would like
> to....
> the new list is a list of pair coordinates something like this:
>
> [-6.654644,65.55555]
> [-6.645654,65.98798]
> [-6.987813,65.28951]
> [-6.645654,65.65987]
> [-6.634895,65.36985]
>
> >>>import scipy.plt
> >>>from scipy import gplt
> >>>draw=scipy.gplt.pyPlot.Plot()
> >>>draw.plot(newlist)
> >>>draw.title('little map')
> >>>draw.xtitle('longitude')
> >>>draw.ytitle('latitude')
>
> the thing is that i get in the x axes the number of list and then two strait
> lines
>
>
> 65_________________________________
> 50
> 35
> 20
> 5
> -10-------------------------------------------------
> 0      1          2         3         4       5     ............
>
> this is wat it plots more or less
> can anybody help me.
> thanks in advance
> Nowar00
>
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