From: Stephen Boulet <stephen@th...> - 2005-10-02 20:46:15
> >>>>> "Stephen" == Stephen Boulet <stephen@...> writes:
> Stephen> Is there a way to set the size of a polar plot (similar
> Stephen> to the axis argument to the plot command for a
> Stephen> rectangular plot)? Thanks.
> Hmmm. I do not believe the plot command takes an axis argument.
> Do you mean the "axes" and "subplot" commands which are used to set
> the size of the Axes that contains the plot? If so, just pass
> polar=True to them, as in
> subplot(111, polar=True)
> axes([0.2, 0.2, 0.7, 0.7], polar=True)
> I am updating the axes doc string.
> API users, note that the same applies to fig.add_axes and
Thanks for the response.
I have a plot that has a maximum magnitude of about 0.2. I'd like to set the
radius of the plot circle to 1.
FYI: Here's a sample script for the bug report (if I understand what you're
trying to do).
Add the following line to the polar_demo.py right before show:
ax.set_rmax( .8 )
And then you get the attached picture. It looks like the polar axis
doesn't respond to changes in the maximum radial value to display (even
though the axis implements the set_rmax method just for that).
At 12:38 PM 9/30/2005, Stephen Boulet wrote:
>Thanks for the response.
>I have a plot that has a maximum magnitude of about 0.2. I'd like to set the
>radius of the plot circle to 1.
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