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Hi,
I would like to know how to find out the extend of the actual image in a
plot, in units of pixels.
As example I have attached a plot which is essentially empty. The lower left
corner is indicated by a red dot - what pixel position does this location
have? When opening this image in e.g. kview it is easy to find out that this
left corner of the actual plot corresponds to pixel (100,540). And so the
upper right corner (the yellow dot) is (720,60).
But how do I find out these coordinates when generating such a plot with
matplotlib? Are there some variables of the axis or the actual plot that
contain these numbers?
Thanks
Alex
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Hi,

I would like to know how to find out the extend of the actual im=
age in a plot, in units of pixels.

As example I have attached a plot wh=
ich is essentially empty. The lower left corner is indicated by a red dot -=
what pixel position does this location have? When opening this image in e.=
g. kview it is easy to find out that this left corner of the actual plot co=
rresponds to pixel (100,540). And so the upper right corner (the yellow dot=
) is (720,60).

But how do I find out these coordinates when generating such a plot wit=
h matplotlib? Are there some variables of the axis or the actual plot that =
contain these numbers?

Thanks

=A0 Alex

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