Date: 2009-08-29 16:46:44 +0000 (Sat, 29 Aug 2009)
minor tweaks to the image tut
--- branches/v0_99_maint/doc/users/image_tutorial.rst 2009-08-29 16:35:35 UTC (rev 7582)
+++ branches/v0_99_maint/doc/users/image_tutorial.rst 2009-08-29 16:46:44 UTC (rev 7583)
@@ -12,16 +12,16 @@
At the very least, you'll need to have access to the :func:`~matplotlib.pyplot.imshow` function. There are a couple of ways to do it. The easy way for an interactive environment::
- $ipython -pylab -wthread
+ $ipython -pylab
The imshow function is now directly accessible (it's in your
See also :ref:`pyplot-tutorial`.
-The more expressive, easier to understand later method (use this in your scripts to make it easier for others (including your future self) to read)::
+The more expressive, easier to understand later method (use this in
+your scripts to make it easier for others (including your future self)
+to read) is to use the matplotlib API (see :ref:`artist-tutorial`) where you use explicit namespaces and control object creation, etc...
- $ipython -wthread
.. sourcecode:: ipython
In : import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
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