From: Pierre GM <pgmdevlist@gm...>  20061216 17:04:14

> I'd love to speak python to it. But it's harder when all of the > examples are in matlab... :) Well, please have a look to pythonic_matplotlib.py in your examples folder. > > fig = figure() > > ax1 = fig.add_subplot(121) > > ax2=fig.add_subplot(122) > > Hm. I'll need to figure out why these two subplots appear on the same > axis. What do you mean ? You want two plots on a figure, or two figures? You want one plot in the topleft corner, one in hte bottom right ? You can do that as well, just tell matplotlib where to plot the axes (a bit of terminology here: an axes is a box in your figure, in which you will draw a subplot). > BTW, this whole subplot(ijk) instead of subplot(i,j,k) notation is > really, really confusing to me... Don't get overwhelmed. ijk is a shortcut for (i, j, k), that works well if you're working with less than 10 plots in either direction. I know, the learning curve is a bit steep at first, but soon you'll be a real pro. 