Equivalent for imshow for 3 numarray.arrays

Hi list,

Is there a function doing same behaviour as imshow but with 3 numarray.arrays:
- 1 for the x values.
- 1 for the y values.
- 1 for the value coloration of the point.

For imshow, we only need the array bidimensionnal containing value of the coloration and the coordinates of the point are determine by the position of the coloration value on the first and on the second dimension.

Thanks a lot,
Philippe Collet

Philou wrote:

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Hi list,

Is there a function doing same behaviour as imshow but with 3
numarray.arrays:
- 1 for the x values.
- 1 for the y values.
- 1 for the value coloration of the point.

For imshow, we only need the array bidimensionnal containing value of
the coloration and the coordinates of the point are determine by the
position of the coloration value on the first and on the second dimension.

Thanks a lot,
Philippe Collet

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Philou wrote:

Hi list,

Is there a function doing same behaviour as imshow but with 3
numarray.arrays:
- 1 for the x values.
- 1 for the y values.
- 1 for the value coloration of the point.

For imshow, we only need the array bidimensionnal containing value of
the coloration and the coordinates of the point are determine by the
position of the coloration value on the first and on the second dimension.

If both x- and y-data are equidistant then you can use the 'extent' keyword
parameter to specify the x- and y-axis range of the image by hand. If not, you
could try the contourf function.

Christian

Have you tried pcolor?

Eric

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Is there a function doing same behaviour as imshow but with 3
numarray.arrays:
- 1 for the x values.
- 1 for the y values.
- 1 for the value coloration of the point.