Mon Dec 1 14:21:52 CST 2008
On Dec 1, 2008, at 11:54 AM, Pierre GM wrote:
> On Dec 1, 2008, at 1:44 PM, Robert Ferrell wrote:
>>> Unfortunately, there's no easy way to define new frequencies, and
>>> not on or todo list either. Frequencies are defined in the C part of
>>> the code...
>> How do you (or other users) use the Business frequency?
> I'll let other users answer that. I never used that frequency myself.
>> Also, I get this error when I use tsplot:
> Looks familiar... What version of matplotlib and scikits.timeseries
> are you using?
In : matplotlib.__version__
In : ts.__version__
>> That comes up no matter what kind of data or frequency I'm using
>> (full, valid, etc...). Is that possibly why the cursor won't give me
>> x axis position when I mouse around?
> No. I never took the time to find out what I can't get the x axis
> position under the cursor either, but the two issues are unrelated:
> the error you see comes from an update of matplotlib that hasn't been
> ported yet to scikits.timeseries.
The error seems benign enough that I can ignore it.
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