Miles Lubin wrote:
> Solved the problems, thanks.
>
>
> Another issue has come up. After looking through
> http://matplotlib.sourceforge.net/matplotlib.axes.html#PolarAxes, I see
> a get_rmax() function, but there is no corresponding set_rmax(). Using
> set_ylim() causes hanging when it attempts to graph, and set_xlim is
> currently unimplemented. Is there a simple way to set rmax?
I don't think soat least, I have not figured it out after a few
minutes of looking around and trying to understand how things work. I
think polar plotting needs quite a bit of work. In particular, I
suspect the lack of a "set_rmax" method is not an oversight but a
consequence of limitations in the present implementation. I will look at
it some more and see if I can improve it. This might be longterm, not
quick.
Eric
>
> Thanks,
>
> Miles
>
> **
>
>
> Eric Firing wrote:
>
>>
>> polar(theta, r)
>> gca().set_thetagrids([])
>>
>>
>> If they are all the same kind of pointsall markers, for
>> examplethen I would expect the rendering order to be the plot
>> command order, because each plot command adds a line to a list of
>> lines to be rendered. You can control the level using the zorder
>> attribute.
>>
>> lines = polar(theta, r, zorder=2.5)
>>
>> or
>>
>> lines = polar(theta, r, theta2, r2)
>> zo = lines[0].get_zorder()
>> lines[0].set_zorder(zo+0.1)
>>
>>
>> Eric
>>
>>
>>
>
