1.3 + xkcd + latex

I am using mpl 1.3, python 2.7.3, 64-bit linux (fedora 19)

Andrew Dawson wrote:

···

For what it is worth I see behaviour identical to Neal. I'm using a
development version of matplotlib (v1.4.x, sorry I don't know the hash of
the installed version) on 64-bit Linux (Ubuntu 12.04) and Python 2.7.3.
That probably doesn't help much, except to show that this is not specific
to just Neal!

Andrew

On 18 October 2013 14:40, Michael Droettboom > <mdroe@...86...> wrote:

This is really puzzling. What version of matplotlib are you running,
what platform, and what version of Python? Your example works just fine
for me.

Mike

On 10/18/2013 08:40 AM, Neal Becker wrote:
> Neal Becker wrote:
>
>> This example shows the error on my platform - the xlabel is not
rendered with
>> tex but instead the '$' are printed:
>>
>> import numpy as np
>> import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
>> plt.xkcd()
>>
>> fig = fig = plt.figure()
>> ax = fig.add_subplot(111)
>> plt.plot (np.arange (10), 2*np.arange(10))
>> ax.set_xlabel ('$E_{s}/N_{0}$')
>> plt.show()
>>
>>
> And without plt.xkcd() the tex is rendered correctly
>
>
>

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Hi, all,
It didn’t work for me with mpl 1.3 but it does with 1.3.1 (openSuse 12.3, python 2.7.3, 64-bit).

To install 1.3.1, I had to use the archive from SourceForge directly since only 1.3.0 is listed on pypi (I used pip) – could that be the source of this issue for you?

Regards,

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Paulo Meira

On Fri, Oct 18, 2013 at 11:51 AM, Neal Becker <ndbecker2@…287…> wrote:

I am using mpl 1.3, python 2.7.3, 64-bit linux (fedora 19)

Andrew Dawson wrote:

For what it is worth I see behaviour identical to Neal. I’m using a

development version of matplotlib (v1.4.x, sorry I don’t know the hash of

the installed version) on 64-bit Linux (Ubuntu 12.04) and Python 2.7.3.

That probably doesn’t help much, except to show that this is not specific

to just Neal!

Andrew

On 18 October 2013 14:40, Michael Droettboom

<mdroe@…86…> wrote:

This is really puzzling. What version of matplotlib are you running,

what platform, and what version of Python? Your example works just fine

for me.

Mike

On 10/18/2013 08:40 AM, Neal Becker wrote:

Neal Becker wrote:

This example shows the error on my platform - the xlabel is not

rendered with

tex but instead the ‘$’ are printed:

import numpy as np

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

plt.xkcd()

fig = fig = plt.figure()

ax = fig.add_subplot(111)

plt.plot (np.arange (10), 2*np.arange(10))

ax.set_xlabel (’$E_{s}/N_{0}$’)

plt.show()

And without plt.xkcd() the tex is rendered correctly


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That’s my bad. I’ve updated the PyPI entry.
Mike

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On 10/18/2013 12:58 PM, Paulo Meira
wrote:

Hi, all,
It didn’t work for me with mpl 1.3 but it does with 1.3.1
(openSuse 12.3, python 2.7.3, 64-bit).

      To install 1.3.1, I had to use the archive from SourceForge

directly since only 1.3.0 is listed on pypi (I used pip) –
could that be the source of this issue for you?

Regards,

Paulo Meira

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        On Fri, Oct 18, 2013 at 11:51 AM,

Neal Becker <ndbecker2@…287…>
wrote:

          I am using mpl 1.3,

python 2.7.3, 64-bit linux (fedora 19)

              Andrew Dawson wrote:



              > For what it is worth I see behaviour identical to

Neal. I’m using a

              > development version of matplotlib (v1.4.x, sorry

I don’t know the hash of

              > the installed version) on 64-bit Linux (Ubuntu

12.04) and Python 2.7.3.

              > That probably doesn't help much, except to show

that this is not specific

              > to just Neal!

              >

              > Andrew

              >

              >

              > On 18 October 2013 14:40, Michael Droettboom

              > <mdroe@...86...                  >

wrote:

              >

              >> This is really puzzling.  What version of

matplotlib are you running,

              >> what platform, and what version of Python?

Your example works just fine

              >> for me.

              >>

              >> Mike

              >>

              >> On 10/18/2013 08:40 AM, Neal Becker wrote:

              >> > Neal Becker wrote:

              >> >

              >> >> This example shows the error on my

platform - the xlabel is not

              >> rendered with

              >> >> tex but instead the '$' are printed:

              >> >>

              >> >> import numpy as np

              >> >> import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

              >> >> plt.xkcd()

              >> >>

              >> >> fig = fig = plt.figure()

              >> >> ax = fig.add_subplot(111)

              >> >> plt.plot (np.arange (10),

2*np.arange(10))

              >> >> ax.set_xlabel ('$E_{s}/N_{0}$')

              >> >> plt.show()

              >> >>

              >> >>

              >> > And without plt.xkcd() the tex is

rendered correctly

              >> >

              >> >

              >> >

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