Changing the radius of an existing CircleCollection

Hi All,

I have a wx application that uses a scatter plot on a map. I am trying to figure out how to change the radius of the circles of the existing scatter plot. My first thought would be to get a list of all the patches within the CircleCollection instance so that I can just call the set_radius method for the patches.Circle instance. I haven’t found a get the patches within a collection though. Is this possible?

Thanks,
Aman

Hi All,

I have a wx application that uses a scatter plot on a map. I am trying
to figure out how to change the radius of the circles of the existing
scatter plot. My first thought would be to get a list of all the
patches within the CircleCollection instance so that I can just call the
set_radius method for the patches.Circle instance. I haven't found a
get the patches within a collection though. Is this possible?

No, a CircleCollection instance is not a set of patches.Circle instances--the two are completely independent. It does not expose the radii for change after instantiation; and even if it did, I don't think it would would be significantly faster to change them and redraw than to make a new CircleCollection and draw that.

Eric

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On 07/06/2011 06:44 AM, Aman Thakral wrote:

Thanks,
Aman

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