thanks for the reply.
On Thu, Mar 26, 2009 at 02:51, Jae-Joon Lee <lee.j.joon@...> wrote:
> You need to adjust the keyword arguments, such as head_width, etc. The
But shouldn't the default arrow be a little bit "nicer" than it's now? :)
> arrow command itself is poorly documented and its keyword arguments
> are explained in
Ah, that's why even in pyploy.arrow() I could'nt find eny reference to
head_width & friends. In case I have some time to share on improve
arrow() docs, what docs should I look to? and changing
'doc/api/pyplot_api.rst' is the right place to achieve it?
> However, I recommend you to use
> annotate command instead of arrow (you can give empty string if you
> just need an arrow). For example,
> annotate("", (0.2, 0.2), (0.4, 0.4),
> more examples,
I already treated annotation, but I would like to give the readers (of
the book) a much wider toolbox, so introducing bare arrows after
annotations seems straigthforward.
> Annotate does not adjust the xlim and ylim of your axes for you, thus
> it is your responsibility.
Yep, already noticed :D
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