Good morning,

I'm looking for examples of creating a bar chart and then adding

a line chart on top of it (with the same y-axis). I haven't had

much luck with Google (probably using the wrong search terms).

Thanks!

Jeff

Good morning,

I'm looking for examples of creating a bar chart and then adding

a line chart on top of it (with the same y-axis). I haven't had

much luck with Google (probably using the wrong search terms).

Thanks!

Jeff

Jeff,

You should be able to just call the bar() function and then call the plot() function using the same axes object. For example (untested):

import numpy as np

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

fig = plt.figure()

ax = fig.gca()

xs = np.arange(10)

ys = np.random.rand(10)

ax.bar(xs, ys)

ax.plot(xs, ys)

plt.show()

I hope that helps!

Ben Root

On Wed, Feb 23, 2011 at 8:34 AM, Jeff Layton <laytonjb@…872…> wrote:

Good morning,

I’m looking for examples of creating a bar chart and then adding

a line chart on top of it (with the same y-axis). I haven’t had

much luck with Google (probably using the wrong search terms).

Thanks!

Jeff

That worked perfectly! I guess I was looking for something

```
more complicated and it was that simple.
Thanks!
Jeff
```

On 02/23/2011 09:50 AM, Benjamin Root wrote:

`On Wed, Feb 23, 2011 at 8:34 AM, Jeff > Layton <laytonjb@...872...> > wrote:`

Good morning,

`I'm looking for examples of creating a bar chart and then`

adding

`a line chart on top of it (with the same y-axis). I haven't`

had

`much luck with Google (probably using the wrong search terms). Thanks! Jeff`

`Jeff, You should be able to just call the bar() function and then`

call the plot() function using the same axes object. For

example (untested):`import numpy as np import matplotlib.pyplot as plt fig = plt.figure() ax = fig.gca() xs = np.arange(10) ys = np.random.rand(10) ax.bar(xs, ys) ax.plot(xs, ys) plt.show() I hope that helps! Ben Root`