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From: Eric Firing <efiring@ha...>  20070726 23:40:15

3D plotting in mpl should be considered, at best, to be experimental and unsupported. Some interesting and fairly extensive capabilities were added but have not been consistently maintained. Mpl is at heart 2D. Eric Lorenzo Isella wrote: > Dear All, > I would like to try out matplotlib for some basic 3D plotting. > First of all, is matplotlib suitable for that? I am asking since I read > on the website that matplotlib's selling point is 2D plotting. > What I would like to plot should be relatively easy: say that I have a > distribution (e.g. think of a Gaussian) whose features evolve as time > goes on. > I aim at a 3D plot where time is the z coordinate, x is the independent > variable of my distribution at t fixed and y=f(x) is my Gaussian > distribution. > The data I would like to plot are in the following form: > > f(t_1,x_1),f(t_1,x_2)...f(t_1,x_n) > f(t_2,x_1),f(t_2,x_2)...f(t_2,x_n) > . > . > . > f(t_m,x_1),f(t_m,x_2)...f(t_m,x_n) > > and I know both the time sequence {t_1,t_2...t_m} and the x sequence > {x_1,x_2,x_n}. > I got something roughly similar to what I had in mind using R, but I do > not think it is the right tool for that. > Should I resort to Gnuplot by necessity or is Matplotlib up to the task? > Judging from what I see on: > http://www.scipy.org/Cookbook/Matplotlib/mplot3D > that would seem the case. > I have been trying to modify the last example with some artificially > generated data, but so far unsuccessfully. > Any suggestions? I suppose I am not the first one to come across this! > Many thanks > > Lorenzo > > > >  > This SF.net email is sponsored by: Splunk Inc. > Still grepping through log files to find problems? Stop. > Now Search log events and configuration files using AJAX and a browser. > Download your FREE copy of Splunk now >> http://get.splunk.com/ > _______________________________________________ > Matplotlibusers mailing list > Matplotlibusers@... > https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/matplotlibusers 
From: Lorenzo Isella <lorenzo.isella@gm...>  20070726 23:24:21

Dear All, I would like to try out matplotlib for some basic 3D plotting. First of all, is matplotlib suitable for that? I am asking since I read on the website that matplotlib's selling point is 2D plotting. What I would like to plot should be relatively easy: say that I have a distribution (e.g. think of a Gaussian) whose features evolve as time goes on. I aim at a 3D plot where time is the z coordinate, x is the independent variable of my distribution at t fixed and y=f(x) is my Gaussian distribution. The data I would like to plot are in the following form: f(t_1,x_1),f(t_1,x_2)...f(t_1,x_n) f(t_2,x_1),f(t_2,x_2)...f(t_2,x_n) . . . f(t_m,x_1),f(t_m,x_2)...f(t_m,x_n) and I know both the time sequence {t_1,t_2...t_m} and the x sequence {x_1,x_2,x_n}. I got something roughly similar to what I had in mind using R, but I do not think it is the right tool for that. Should I resort to Gnuplot by necessity or is Matplotlib up to the task? Judging from what I see on: http://www.scipy.org/Cookbook/Matplotlib/mplot3D that would seem the case. I have been trying to modify the last example with some artificially generated data, but so far unsuccessfully. Any suggestions? I suppose I am not the first one to come across this! Many thanks Lorenzo 
From: <jks@ik...>  20070726 21:28:15

John T Whelan <john.whelan@...> writes: > Shouldn't > r"some label text ($\mu V$)" > work? It doesn't work in any released version, but it seems that Michael Droettboom's recent mathtext improvements include this (and much more).  Jouni K. Seppänen http://www.iki.fi/jks 
From: <jks@ik...>  20070726 20:55:07

"Jonathan Makem" <jmakem01@...> writes: > However, if I try: > savefig('name.pdf') > The program crashes. Is there anyway of solving this problem? You'll need to provide more information than "the program crashes", but if you're seeing the cp1252 bug, you'll need to use the bleedingedge svn version or apply the patch at http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.comp.python.matplotlib.general/9792/focus=9796  Jouni K. Seppänen http://www.iki.fi/jks 
From: <jks@ik...>  20070726 20:50:34

Brian Blais <bblais@...> writes: > and it works with pylab. But, if I use matplotlib.Figure directly in > an app, and then call: > myfig.savefig('blah.pdf') it saves it as 'blah.pdf.jpg', a jpeg file. Sounds like you are using a backend other than the pdf one. Can you write up a complete example of code that behaves like you describe?  Jouni K. Seppänen http://www.iki.fi/jks 
From: Berit Hinnemann <behi@to...>  20070726 15:07:06

<html><body> <p>Hi,<br> <br> I am installing matplotlib on a RedHat x86_64 machine, running Python 2= .3.4. I could not find any binary for it on sourceforge and thus I have= to compile it. Has somebody tried this and are there some pitfalls? <b= r> Also, what does the setup utility peak do? Has anybody gotten it to wor= k with 64bit under Python 2.3.4 (I'd like to avoid upgrading if possibl= e).<br> <br> Any pointers are appreciated. Thanks a lot!<br> <br> Best regards,<br> Berit<br> <br> <br> = <br> This email message (including attachments, if any) is confidential and= may be privileged. It is intended only for the addressee. Any unauthor= ised distribution or disclosure is prohibited. Disclosure to anyone oth= er than the intended recipient does not constitute waiver of privilege.= <br> If you have received this email in error, please notify the sender by = email and delete it and any attachments from your computer system and = records.<br> HALDOR TOPS=D8E A/S (www.haldortopsoe.com)<br> = </body></html>= 
From: Jonathan Makem <jmakem01@qu...>  20070726 14:58:20

Hi, I'm havind difficulty plotting saving pylab images in pdf format. At = the moment, they are saved as .png files by default using:=20 savefig('name',dpi=3D300) However, if I try: savefig('name.pdf') The program crashes. Is there anyway of solving this problem? Regards, Jony 
From: J Makem <j.makem@nt...>  20070726 14:20:31

Hi, I'm havind difficulty plotting saving pylab images in pdf format. At = the moment, they are saved as .png files by default using:=20 savefig('name',dpi=3D300) However, if I try: savefig('name.pdf') The program crashes. Is there anyway of solving this problem? Regards, Jony 
From: Brian Blais <bblais@br...>  20070726 13:30:31

Hello I am having trouble saving a figure to pdf on Mac OS X (matplotlib version 0.90.1). I applied the patch for pylab, here: http://www.mailarchive.com/matplotlibdevel@.../ msg00940.html and it works with pylab. But, if I use matplotlib.Figure directly in an app, and then call: myfig.savefig('blah.pdf') it saves it as 'blah.pdf.jpg', a jpeg file. any ideas? I can try to throw together some example, in case someone needs to repeat it. thanks, Brian Blais  Brian Blais bblais@... http://web.bryant.edu/~bblais 