Thanks for the tips. I had seen one of those posts whilst googling around for the bug, but discounted it because I’m not using an alpha value.
Here are links to one of the cookbook examples, and one of the files that I want to plot:
I’m using Mac OS 10.5.7, Python 2.6.2, and MPL 0.98.5.3.
I don’t know which bug in the thread you were referring to. I tried the
for c in CS.collections: c.set_edgecolor(“none”)
fix, but it didn’t have any effect.
On Thu, Jul 2, 2009 at 4:49 PM, Jae-Joon Lee <lee.j.joon@…287…> wrote:
The dropbox link is broken (you need a public url).
What version of mpl and what backend are you using?
There was a similar problem which has now been fixed.
Try the work-around described in the thread below, and see if works.
On Thu, Jul 2, 2009 at 4:26 PM, Rick Muller<rpmuller@…287…> wrote:
When I do contourf plots in matplotlib, I get lines connecting the contour
levels. This doesn’t only appear to be an artifact of my plotting
algorithms, it appears in this example from the matplotlib cookbook:
at least on my mac.
(I think this is the link to the output I get from that:
Is there a way to keep these lines from happening? If not, is there a way to
turn off all of the black lines separating the contour levels?
Thanks in advance,
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