Date: 2007-12-18 13:08:19 -0800 (Tue, 18 Dec 2007)
--- branches/transforms/doc/devel/add_new_projection.rst 2007-12-18 20:59:56 UTC (rev 4770)
+++ branches/transforms/doc/devel/add_new_projection.rst 2007-12-18 21:08:19 UTC (rev 4771)
@@ -5,18 +5,19 @@
.. ::author Michael Droettboom
Matplotlib supports the addition of new transformations that transform
-the data before it is displayed. Separable transformations, that work
-on a single dimension are called "scales", and non-separable
-transformations, that take data in two or more dimensions as input are
+the data before it is displayed. In ``matplotlib`` nomenclature,
+separable transformations, working on a single dimension, are called
+"scales", and non-separable transformations, that take handle data in
+two or more dimensions at a time, are called "projections".
-This document is intended for developers and advanced users who need
-to add more scales and projections to matplotlib.
From the user's perspective, the scale of a plot can be set with
``set_xscale`` and ``set_yscale``. Choosing the projection
currently has no *standardized* method. [MGDTODO]
+This document is intended for developers and advanced users who need
+to add more scales and projections to matplotlib.
Creating a new scale
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