Salvador Cardona Serra venit, vidit, dixit 2007-03-08 08:06:
> Hello, I'm new here, but a I have one important question oon my work now.
> I have a file, with two columns, they are impulses (in gnuplot meaning). I
> want to plot them in pyx because it's more powerfull. The script I use in
> gnuplot is:
> plot 'filename' with impulses
> What should I write to make a similar thing in PyX??
I'm not quite sure what gnuplot impulses look like, but you might want
to experiment with error bars similar to
providing x=1, y=2, ymin="0", ymax=2 instead of the dy in the example.
Note the quotation marks! This draws error bars from the 0 line to the y
value. You may want to remove graph.style.symbol() from the example
code. Another option is bargraphs.