Hi Filipe,

you can fist use the quiver() function in the classic way for stick plots, then use gca().xaxis_date().

Here is a simple example :

import pylab as P
# t may be generated using date2num()
t = P.arange(100,110,.1)
u = P.sin(t)
v = P.cos(t)
P.quiver([t],[[0]*len(t)],u,v)
P.gca().xaxis_date()
P.show()


On Sun, Feb 7, 2010 at 6:11 PM, Filipe Pires Alvarenga Fernandes <ocefpaf@gmail.com> wrote:
Hello list,

I'm trying to create a stick-plot figure using the quiver function from matplotlib. However, I'm failing miserably to plot dates in the x-axis. Has anyone done this before? Also, is there an effort to create a stickplot function?

Thanks, Filipe

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