[SciPy-User] scikits.timeseries or matplotlib plotting problem?
Wed Jan 13 19:34:56 CST 2010
This is purely a guess, but I wonder if quotes_historical_yahoo failed
to fully fetch the quotes, then perhaps cached the bad data.
On Wed, Jan 13, 2010 at 6:15 PM, Paweł Rumian <email@example.com> wrote:
> I'm doing some research on climate data, using Python with NumPy.
> Yesterday I started implementing the scikits.timeseries package in my
> work, which occured to be almost perfect idea, but recently I ran into
> a problem with data visualisation.
> After some (not many) tests it seems that something weird happens when
> there is a gap in the data - the drawing is stopped there.
> To be more clear - after compiling the first example from the page:
> the result is:
> So it looks like the plotting was somehow 'stopped' after the first
> occurence of a hole in the data.
> As you can see the horizontal scale is correct (it's the same as on
> the webpage), but the one along the y-axis seems to be aligned to fit
> the broken plot.
> The other two examples (with consistent datasets) are plotted without a problem.
> Do you have any idea what could be the reason of this?
> What settings/packages should I check?
> Paweł Rumian
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