closing of matplotlib.pyplot closes parent window also

Hi,
I am facing little trouble in understanding the pyplot concept.

The following link describes my problem, please have a look at it:
http://stackoverflow.com/q/23804957/3218127

Regards,

Rachana K

Hi,
  I am facing little trouble in understanding the pyplot concept.

Pyplot is designed mainly for interactive work, and for situations where no explicit calls to a gui library are needed. When you do need to work directly with a gui library, don't use pyplot; let your explicit gui calls control the windows and the mainloop, and use the matplotlib object-oriented interface for the actual plotting--in a window supplied by the gui.

In the matplotlib/examples directory, check out user_interfaces/embedding_in_gtk2.py for an example of using mpl in a gui app; note that it does not import pyplot. It's a very minimal example, but it does show how one can put a plot in a figure, which is in a canvas, which is in a window. Everything beyond the figure level is via the gtk gui directly.

Eric

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On 2014/05/22 7:21 PM, Rachana Katkam wrote:

The following link describes my problem, please have a look at it:
http://stackoverflow.com/q/23804957/3218127

Regards,
Rachana K