Hi, is there a way to display confidence intervals other
> than using Polygon like, e.g.
> ax = subplot(111) # make the shaded region upperPoints =
> zip(runs, upperConf) upperPoints.reverse() verts =
> [(runs, upperConf)] + zip(runs, lowerConf) +
> upperPoints poly = Polygon(verts, facecolor=0.6,
> edgecolor=0.6) ax.add_patch(poly)
Have you seen fill?
For upper and lower bounds, you need to reverse the x values for the
lower bounds, so the polygon will fill in order. Here's how you would
do it with it with lists (untested), where x are the x data points and
upper and lower are len(x) lists with the upper and lower confidence bounds
xr = x[:]
fill(x + xr, upper + lower)