I followed you advice to use directly axes to define my subplots
fig = Figure(figsize=(8,4), dpi=100)
#ax = Subplot(fig, 211)
ax = Plot.axes([0.1,0.3,0.8,0.7])
#mrks = Subplot(fig, 212)
mrks = Plot.axes([0.1,0.1,0.8,0.15], axisbg='c')
However,unlike in your axes_demo.py, my 2 axes are not linked to the size of the window and do not resize with it !
Is there a flag to turn on to allow my manually created axes to behave like Subplots ?
- Can I change the size taken by each of the Suplots ?
Just use axes. Subplot derives from Axes. With axes, you can set the
size of your subplot with a rect [left, bottom, width, height]
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