[SciPy-user] Re: WxPyPlot

Sebastian Haase haase at msg.ucsf.edu
Mon Jul 25 11:20:02 CDT 2005

Hi Arie,
Thanks for your comment. Is WxPyPlot being further developed ? (what are those 
other features you mention ??)
I am actually using both in my code:
WxPyPlot  for regularly updating temperature graph plot,
but I am using Plt for all other interactive things, mainly because it seems 
to me that WxPyPlot  needs lot's more user set-up calls; e.g. In plt I just 
use plt.figure() to open a new plot window and also it already has a nice 
interactive (meaning: short) syntax for choosing colors and markers.

The good news is that I decoupled Plt from scipy yesterday.  I'm happy to post 
that version somewhere if that's OK with the scipy license.


(Please note I cc'ed the list, because I always hope for other's comments ...)

On Monday 25 July 2005 02:37, you wrote:
> Hi,
> I've seen your msgs on SciPy user mailing list, and I couldn't agree more.
> Anyway, wanted to inform you that WxPyPlot is a part of wx distribution
> these days (renamed plot.py).
> At win platform you might find it at:
> C:\Python24\Lib\site-packages\wx-2.6-msw-unicode\wx\lib\plot.py
> (or at some similar locatiotion of other wx version).
> It has also acquired some extra features, but is still "light".
> Cheers,
> Arie.

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