bounding box again

Willi Richert <w.richert@...361...> writes:

Isn't there a convenient way just to not plot the big white rectangle in
matplotlib?

It seems that

  fig=plt.figure(frameon=False)

omits the rectangle.

···

--
Jouni K. Sepp�nen
http://www.iki.fi/jks

Hi,

in my version 0.98.5 frameon=False (as a subplot argument) just omits the
black lines at the x and y axes. The huge white rectangle is still plotted.

wr

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Am Montag, 26. Januar 2009 16:20:10 schrieb Jouni K. Seppänen:

Willi Richert <w.richert@...361...> writes:
> Isn't there a convenient way just to not plot the big white rectangle in
> matplotlib?

It seems that

  fig=plt.figure(frameon=False)

omits the rectangle.

As Jouni suggested, the frameon argument needs to be applied to the
figure, not to the axes (or subplot).

Regards,

-JJ

···

On Mon, Jan 26, 2009 at 10:54 AM, Willi Richert <w.richert@...361...> wrote:

Hi,

in my version 0.98.5 frameon=False (as a subplot argument) just omits the
black lines at the x and y axes. The huge white rectangle is still plotted.

wr

Am Montag, 26. Januar 2009 16:20:10 schrieb Jouni K. Seppänen:

Willi Richert <w.richert@...361...> writes:
> Isn't there a convenient way just to not plot the big white rectangle in
> matplotlib?

It seems that

  fig=plt.figure(frameon=False)

omits the rectangle.

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