clearing previous format changes

Hi,
I'm very new to Matplotlib and python but I ma getting excellent results in
what I am trying to achieve. That said I have come up against an issue I
can't seem to find a resolution to and was wondering if someone here may be
able to help out.

I have a script that generates a number of plots. The first plot comes out
fine but there seems to be a little hang over in regards to format or data
into the following plots. I have alternated the script by putting each plot
first and the same applies the first plot is fine the rest are ok but there
are odd points plotted. I wonder if there is a method of flushing or
clearing formats etc that I could use. Sorry if I'm getting terminology
wrong this is all still rather new to me.

Drew

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Drew,

Do you have a very simple script that reproduces the issue you are experiencing? From the script, we might be able to spot what is wrong.

Ben Root

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On Mon, Jan 3, 2011 at 11:36 AM, Drew Stokes <drew64stokes@…120…287…> wrote:

Hi,

I’m very new to Matplotlib and python but I ma getting excellent results in

what I am trying to achieve. That said I have come up against an issue I

can’t seem to find a resolution to and was wondering if someone here may be

able to help out.

I have a script that generates a number of plots. The first plot comes out

fine but there seems to be a little hang over in regards to format or data

into the following plots. I have alternated the script by putting each plot

first and the same applies the first plot is fine the rest are ok but there

are odd points plotted. I wonder if there is a method of flushing or

clearing formats etc that I could use. Sorry if I’m getting terminology

wrong this is all still rather new to me.

Drew

Ben,
Sorry to take so long getting back.

I found a solution. Perhaps not the best one but I discovered that using
close() after a show() or save() worked for me. Stumbled across it a day or
two after posting.

Drew

Benjamin Root-2 wrote:

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On Mon, Jan 3, 2011 at 11:36 AM, Drew Stokes <drew64stokes@...287...> > wrote:

Hi,
I'm very new to Matplotlib and python but I ma getting excellent results
in
what I am trying to achieve. That said I have come up against an issue I
can't seem to find a resolution to and was wondering if someone here may
be
able to help out.

I have a script that generates a number of plots. The first plot comes
out
fine but there seems to be a little hang over in regards to format or
data
into the following plots. I have alternated the script by putting each
plot
first and the same applies the first plot is fine the rest are ok but
there
are odd points plotted. I wonder if there is a method of flushing or
clearing formats etc that I could use. Sorry if I'm getting terminology
wrong this is all still rather new to me.

Drew

Drew,

Do you have a very simple script that reproduces the issue you are
experiencing? From the script, we might be able to spot what is wrong.

Ben Root

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Ben,
Sorry to take so long getting back.

I found a solution. Perhaps not the best one but I discovered that using
close() after a show() or save() worked for me. Stumbled across it a day or
two after posting.

Drew

Benjamin Root-2 wrote:

···

On Mon, Jan 3, 2011 at 11:36 AM, Drew Stokes <drew64stokes@...287...> > wrote:

Hi,
I'm very new to Matplotlib and python but I ma getting excellent results
in
what I am trying to achieve. That said I have come up against an issue I
can't seem to find a resolution to and was wondering if someone here may
be
able to help out.

I have a script that generates a number of plots. The first plot comes
out
fine but there seems to be a little hang over in regards to format or
data
into the following plots. I have alternated the script by putting each
plot
first and the same applies the first plot is fine the rest are ok but
there
are odd points plotted. I wonder if there is a method of flushing or
clearing formats etc that I could use. Sorry if I'm getting terminology
wrong this is all still rather new to me.

Drew

Drew,

Do you have a very simple script that reproduces the issue you are
experiencing? From the script, we might be able to spot what is wrong.

Ben Root

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Learn how Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC) One Node allows customers
to consolidate database storage, standardize their database environment,
and,
should the need arise, upgrade to a full multi-node Oracle RAC database
without downtime or disruption
http://p.sf.net/sfu/oracle-sfdevnl
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