[SciPy-user] errorbar plot in gplt

danny shevitz danny_shevitz at yahoo.com
Mon Apr 26 14:37:33 CDT 2004

Thanks, for the tip. Your being the author and all, I won't do anything
to insult you :-) My motivation for using gplot, was that the plot is
for a piece of software which I will be writing and distributing to
non-python users ( I know, I know, such people still exist...) so I am
going to have to do their downloading and installing for them. Since
the enthought distribution is a single package I was hoping to stay
with that. I was evaluating Matplotlib and while it looked great, I
shied away for that reason alone. I'm very used to Matlab, so the
reduced learning curve may make me re-evaluate it. If no one can post a
working snippet for gplot, then I'll have to use Matplotlib.


--- John Hunter <jdhunter at ace.bsd.uchicago.edu> wrote:
> >>>>> "danny" == danny shevitz <danny_shevitz at yahoo.com> writes:
>     danny> Howdy, Can anyone post a simple snippet of code to get a
>     danny> working errorbar plot in gplt? I keep trying things but my
>     danny> machine keeps crashing hard (gnuplot burns 100% cpu). I've
>     danny> been looking at the new_plot code and I can't tell if
>     danny> asymmetric error bars are possible. Does anyone know?
> Not an answer to your question ... but just wanted to point out that
> matplotlib does symmetric and asymmetric x and y error bars.  See
> examples/errorbar_demo.py in the src distribution if you're
> interested
>   http://matplotlib.sourceforge.net
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