Extraneous ytick label

Hi all,

I'm making a plot with two axes (axUpper and axLower) that is a bit of a
copy of John's financial plot in
http://matplotlib.sourceforge.net/screenshots/finance_work2.py.
axUpper has it's y axis on the left and axLower has it on the right and
each of these sets of labels has an extraneous bit of a date label on
it.
axUpper has a chunk of 'February' at the point where axUpper and axLower
meet and the axLower labels have an extra bit of '02' at the same spot.

Anyone have an idea of why that might be?

Thanks,
Travis

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  Travis Brady
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It might be related to a bug that I tried to correct last week. I cant run the
script you posted:

Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "finance_work2.py", line 14, in ?
    from helpers import load_quotes, movavg, fill_over, random_signal
ImportError: No module named helpers

First, would you link an image of the plot? I could also use a barebones
script that duplicates the behavior.

···

On Tuesday 22 March 2005 05:53 pm, Travis Brady wrote:

Hi all,

I'm making a plot with two axes (axUpper and axLower) that is a bit of a
copy of John's financial plot in
http://matplotlib.sourceforge.net/screenshots/finance_work2.py.
axUpper has it's y axis on the left and axLower has it on the right and
each of these sets of labels has an extraneous bit of a date label on
it.
axUpper has a chunk of 'February' at the point where axUpper and axLower
meet and the axLower labels have an extra bit of '02' at the same spot.

Anyone have an idea of why that might be?

--

Darren

Thanks, the script I linked is actually a matplotlib screenshot script
and does require some extra stuff.
My extraneous labels problem was fixed when I applied a null format to
the Upper axis, it was my mistake, I just hadn't done that.

Best,
Travis

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On Wed, 23 Mar 2005 11:05:11 -0500, "Darren Dale" <dd55@...163...> said:

On Tuesday 22 March 2005 05:53 pm, Travis Brady wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> I'm making a plot with two axes (axUpper and axLower) that is a bit of a
> copy of John's financial plot in
> http://matplotlib.sourceforge.net/screenshots/finance_work2.py.
> axUpper has it's y axis on the left and axLower has it on the right and
> each of these sets of labels has an extraneous bit of a date label on
> it.
> axUpper has a chunk of 'February' at the point where axUpper and axLower
> meet and the axLower labels have an extra bit of '02' at the same spot.
>
> Anyone have an idea of why that might be?

It might be related to a bug that I tried to correct last week. I cant
run the
script you posted:

Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "finance_work2.py", line 14, in ?
    from helpers import load_quotes, movavg, fill_over, random_signal
ImportError: No module named helpers

First, would you link an image of the plot? I could also use a barebones
script that duplicates the behavior.

--

Darren

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