From: Georges Schutz <georges.schutz@in...> - 2010-07-13 14:55:20
I am new to this newsgroup and not that experienced in using matplotlib.
I build a figure with some interactive widget elements (Button, Slider,
CheckButtons). I use the CheckButtons to interactively show or hide
different time series by first plotting them and ones plotted turn the
visible attribute to True or False.
The slider is used to walk around on the datetime x axes by refreshing
the plotted data of the lines.
Currently I do the y-scaling by hand because autoscale fixes the range
based on all plotted lines, visible and non-visible ones.
Is there a possibility to restrict the autoscale mechanism to only
visible lines. I did not find something related to this neither on this
newsgroup nor by googleing. Only the thredt about "make autoscale_view
even less tight?" from 4/2/2010 talks about building a custom locator
somehow act on the tick level range creation.
Do I need to create a custom autoscale_view method or something like
that. Could someone point me to the best approach for doing something
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