Actually, I don't want it to be filled, but the wedge did what I
wanted, so I'm sticking with it.
2009/5/18 Michael Droettboom <mdroe@...>:
> Arcs exist as an optimization to render really large circles and ellipses
> with high accuracy.
> An elliptical arc. Because it performs various optimizations, it
> can not be filled.
> If you want to draw a filled, yet partial, circle, I believe you want to use
> Carlos Guâno Grohmann wrote:
>> Hello all
>> I'm having some troubles with Arcs in MPL. Using the following code:
>> circ = Arc( (0,0), width=2, height=2, angle=0.0,
>> theta1=0.0, theta2=360.0, ec=None, fc=None)
>> Traceback (most recent call last):
>> File "pystereo22.py", line 524, in onPlotRose
>> circ = Arc( (0,0), width=2, height=2, angle=0.0, theta1=0.0,
>> theta2=360.0, ec=None, fc='none')
>> File "/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/matplotlib/patches.py", line
>> 1043, in __init__
>> fill = kwargs.pop('fill')
>> KeyError: 'fill'
>> It's working fine with Circle or Ellipse. I'm trying to use Arc
>> because I only want a half-circle.
>> Thanks all
> Michael Droettboom
> Science Software Branch
> Operations and Engineering Division
> Space Telescope Science Institute
> Operated by AURA for NASA
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