cone plots

Hi,
Does any one knows how to do those cone plots,

I am attaching a sample plot.

Thanks Ihab
http://old.nabble.com/file/p26140834/cone.png cone.png

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Unfortunately, I don't think something like cone plots can be easily
done with current matplotlib.

I guess you can define custom projection and such, as in the example below

http://matplotlib.sourceforge.net/examples/api/custom_projection_example.html

but this will involve some (maybe a lot) coding + some knowledge of
mpl internals.

With the experimental curvelinear coordinate support in axes_grid
toolkit (and with yet-to-be-committed patch), one can draw very basic
cone plot (see the attached). However, the current support is far from
complete. I'm willing to make it better, but I'm afraid that this may
not happen in a near future (likely not in this year).

Of course, you can try to plot everything (axes boundary, ticks,
ticklabels etc.) manually if you want, and maybe this is the best way
currently available.

Regards,

-JJ

cone_test.png

···

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Hi,
Does any one knows how to do those cone plots,

I am attaching a sample plot.

Thanks Ihab
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Hi,
Thanks, I think the attached sample is good enough for me, In fact I got
something similar except for the ticks I didn't know how to make them
slanted, so If I can get the code for you plot this will be really great.

I can then fine tune it to my needs.

Thanks Ihab

Jae-Joon Lee wrote:

···

Unfortunately, I don't think something like cone plots can be easily
done with current matplotlib.

I guess you can define custom projection and such, as in the example below

http://matplotlib.sourceforge.net/examples/api/custom_projection_example.html

but this will involve some (maybe a lot) coding + some knowledge of
mpl internals.

With the experimental curvelinear coordinate support in axes_grid
toolkit (and with yet-to-be-committed patch), one can draw very basic
cone plot (see the attached). However, the current support is far from
complete. I'm willing to make it better, but I'm afraid that this may
not happen in a near future (likely not in this year).

Of course, you can try to plot everything (axes boundary, ticks,
ticklabels etc.) manually if you want, and maybe this is the best way
currently available.

Regards,

-JJ

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Hi,
Does any one knows how to do those cone plots,

I am attaching a sample plot.

Thanks Ihab
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Are you running svn version of mpl?
Also, as I said, the example is based on the patch yet to be submitted.
So, I can send you the example, but it will take me sometime to commit
the patch.
I'll give you a notice when this happen.

As far as rotating the ticks, if you're using markers, than I guess
you need a custom artist class.
So, I recommend you to just use simple lines.

Whatever path you take (even with my example), it will not be easy.
So, again, finding other plotting tool that support cone plots may be
more practical (unless someone comes up with a working example).

Regards,

-JJ

···

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Hi,
Thanks, I think the attached sample is good enough for me, In fact I got
something similar except for the ticks I didn't know how to make them
slanted, so If I can get the code for you plot this will be really great.

I can then fine tune it to my needs.

Thanks Ihab

Jae-Joon Lee wrote:

Unfortunately, I don't think something like cone plots can be easily
done with current matplotlib.

I guess you can define custom projection and such, as in the example below

http://matplotlib.sourceforge.net/examples/api/custom_projection_example.html

but this will involve some (maybe a lot) coding + some knowledge of
mpl internals.

With the experimental curvelinear coordinate support in axes_grid
toolkit (and with yet-to-be-committed patch), one can draw very basic
cone plot (see the attached). However, the current support is far from
complete. I'm willing to make it better, but I'm afraid that this may
not happen in a near future (likely not in this year).

Of course, you can try to plot everything (axes boundary, ticks,
ticklabels etc.) manually if you want, and maybe this is the best way
currently available.

Regards,

-JJ

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Hi,
Does any one knows how to do those cone plots,

I am attaching a sample plot.

Thanks Ihab
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I updated the axes_grid toolkit in the svn, and I hope it is more useful.

Check the example

examples/axes_grid/demo_floating_axes.py

The output is attached.

-JJ

demo_floating_axes.png

···

On Wed, Nov 4, 2009 at 9:19 AM, Jae-Joon Lee <lee.j.joon@...287...> wrote:

Are you running svn version of mpl?
Also, as I said, the example is based on the patch yet to be submitted.
So, I can send you the example, but it will take me sometime to commit
the patch.
I'll give you a notice when this happen.

As far as rotating the ticks, if you're using markers, than I guess
you need a custom artist class.
So, I recommend you to just use simple lines.

Whatever path you take (even with my example), it will not be easy.
So, again, finding other plotting tool that support cone plots may be
more practical (unless someone comes up with a working example).

Regards,

-JJ

On Wed, Nov 4, 2009 at 2:44 AM, ifriad <ifriad@...287...> wrote:

Hi,
Thanks, I think the attached sample is good enough for me, In fact I got
something similar except for the ticks I didn't know how to make them
slanted, so If I can get the code for you plot this will be really great.

I can then fine tune it to my needs.

Thanks Ihab

Jae-Joon Lee wrote:

Unfortunately, I don't think something like cone plots can be easily
done with current matplotlib.

I guess you can define custom projection and such, as in the example below

http://matplotlib.sourceforge.net/examples/api/custom_projection_example.html

but this will involve some (maybe a lot) coding + some knowledge of
mpl internals.

With the experimental curvelinear coordinate support in axes_grid
toolkit (and with yet-to-be-committed patch), one can draw very basic
cone plot (see the attached). However, the current support is far from
complete. I'm willing to make it better, but I'm afraid that this may
not happen in a near future (likely not in this year).

Of course, you can try to plot everything (axes boundary, ticks,
ticklabels etc.) manually if you want, and maybe this is the best way
currently available.

Regards,

-JJ

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Hi,
Does any one knows how to do those cone plots,

I am attaching a sample plot.

Thanks Ihab
http://old.nabble.com/file/p26140834/cone.png cone.png
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Hu Jae-Joon,
Yes this is very useful, I thinks many people here will love this.

I tried to access the code, but I could not get there.

Can u pass me the link.

Cheers Ihab

···

On Mon, Dec 7, 2009 at 9:25 PM, Jae-Joon Lee <lee.j.joon@…287…> wrote:

I updated the axes_grid toolkit in the svn, and I hope it is more useful.

Check the example

examples/axes_grid/demo_floating_axes.py

The output is attached.

-JJ

On Wed, Nov 4, 2009 at 9:19 AM, Jae-Joon Lee <lee.j.joon@…287…> wrote:

Are you running svn version of mpl?

Also, as I said, the example is based on the patch yet to be submitted.

So, I can send you the example, but it will take me sometime to commit

the patch.

I’ll give you a notice when this happen.

As far as rotating the ticks, if you’re using markers, than I guess

you need a custom artist class.

So, I recommend you to just use simple lines.

Whatever path you take (even with my example), it will not be easy.

So, again, finding other plotting tool that support cone plots may be

more practical (unless someone comes up with a working example).

Regards,

-JJ

On Wed, Nov 4, 2009 at 2:44 AM, ifriad <ifriad@…287…> wrote:

Hi,

Thanks, I think the attached sample is good enough for me, In fact I got

something similar except for the ticks I didn’t know how to make them

slanted, so If I can get the code for you plot this will be really great.

I can then fine tune it to my needs.

Thanks Ihab

Jae-Joon Lee wrote:

Unfortunately, I don’t think something like cone plots can be easily

done with current matplotlib.

I guess you can define custom projection and such, as in the example below

http://matplotlib.sourceforge.net/examples/api/custom_projection_example.html

but this will involve some (maybe a lot) coding + some knowledge of

mpl internals.

With the experimental curvelinear coordinate support in axes_grid

toolkit (and with yet-to-be-committed patch), one can draw very basic

cone plot (see the attached). However, the current support is far from

complete. I’m willing to make it better, but I’m afraid that this may

not happen in a near future (likely not in this year).

Of course, you can try to plot everything (axes boundary, ticks,

ticklabels etc.) manually if you want, and maybe this is the best way

currently available.

Regards,

-JJ

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Hi,

Does any one knows how to do those cone plots,

I am attaching a sample plot.

Thanks Ihab

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Note that you have to install matplotlib from the svn. And the example
is also available in the svn.

Regards,

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Hu Jae-Joon,
Yes this is very useful, I thinks many people here will love this.

I tried to access the code, but I could not get there.

Can u pass me the link.

Cheers Ihab

On Mon, Dec 7, 2009 at 9:25 PM, Jae-Joon Lee <lee.j.joon@...287...> wrote:

I updated the axes_grid toolkit in the svn, and I hope it is more useful.

Check the example

examples/axes_grid/demo_floating_axes.py

The output is attached.

-JJ

On Wed, Nov 4, 2009 at 9:19 AM, Jae-Joon Lee <lee.j.joon@...287...> wrote:
> Are you running svn version of mpl?
> Also, as I said, the example is based on the patch yet to be submitted.
> So, I can send you the example, but it will take me sometime to commit
> the patch.
> I'll give you a notice when this happen.
>
> As far as rotating the ticks, if you're using markers, than I guess
> you need a custom artist class.
> So, I recommend you to just use simple lines.
>
> Whatever path you take (even with my example), it will not be easy.
> So, again, finding other plotting tool that support cone plots may be
> more practical (unless someone comes up with a working example).
>
> Regards,
>
> -JJ
>
>
>
> On Wed, Nov 4, 2009 at 2:44 AM, ifriad <ifriad@...287...> wrote:
>>
>> Hi,
>> Thanks, I think the attached sample is good enough for me, In fact I
>> got
>> something similar except for the ticks I didn't know how to make them
>> slanted, so If I can get the code for you plot this will be really
>> great.
>>
>> I can then fine tune it to my needs.
>>
>> Thanks Ihab
>>
>> Jae-Joon Lee wrote:
>>>
>>> Unfortunately, I don't think something like cone plots can be easily
>>> done with current matplotlib.
>>>
>>> I guess you can define custom projection and such, as in the example
>>> below
>>>
>>>
>>> http://matplotlib.sourceforge.net/examples/api/custom_projection_example.html
>>>
>>> but this will involve some (maybe a lot) coding + some knowledge of
>>> mpl internals.
>>>
>>> With the experimental curvelinear coordinate support in axes_grid
>>> toolkit (and with yet-to-be-committed patch), one can draw very basic
>>> cone plot (see the attached). However, the current support is far from
>>> complete. I'm willing to make it better, but I'm afraid that this may
>>> not happen in a near future (likely not in this year).
>>>
>>> Of course, you can try to plot everything (axes boundary, ticks,
>>> ticklabels etc.) manually if you want, and maybe this is the best way
>>> currently available.
>>>
>>> Regards,
>>>
>>> -JJ
>>>
>>> On Sat, Oct 31, 2009 at 4:15 AM, ifriad <ifriad@...287...> wrote:
>>>>
>>>> Hi,
>>>> Does any one knows how to do those cone plots,
>>>>
>>>> I am attaching a sample plot.
>>>>
>>>> Thanks Ihab
>>>> http://old.nabble.com/file/p26140834/cone.png cone.png
>>>> --
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