On Thu, Mar 25, 2010 at 4:17 PM, Tom Kuiper <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Alternatively, you might use just floating-point version of your time valuesHere's how I modified my code:
> and with a little adjustment (Ryan mentioned this in the recently, and will
> forward there for other suggestions) millisecond resolutions should be
> visible when zoomed in furthest.
> Something like:
> sci_fmt = plt.FormatStrFormatter("%.2f")
sci_fmt = FormatStrFormatter("%.2f")
fig = figure()
top_axes = subplot(211)
#plot_date(times,kurt_sm,fmt='r-',label=("Hamming 1-sec FWHM"))
plot(times,kurt_sm,'r-',label=("Hamming 1-sec FWHM"))
I then restarted 'ipython -pylab' because I've noticed that date
formatting problems seems to linger even after a code change. However,
I see no change in behaviour. I can get six 1-sec ticks across my
plot. If I expand the plot any more, the ticks disappear.