Hi All

I make a plot of visible satellites at a ground station where calculations

are performed every X minutes (eg 10 minutes). From these calculations I

make a plot which,among other info, displays the number of visible

satellites as a function of time using the drwa-style 'steps-post' (cfr line

below)

ax2.plot(predDates, nrVisSats, linewidth=3, color='black',

drawstyle='steps-post', label='#Visible', alpha=.6)

I would like to color the area between the time-axis and this line but I

cannot find how to do that for a 'step' function.

Tx for any help.

Alain

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As of mpl 1.5 the fill_between method/function takes a step kwarg

http://matplotlib.org/api/pyplot_api.html#matplotlib.pyplot.fill_between

which I think will do what you want.

Tom

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On Fri, Apr 22, 2016, 02:44 amuls <alain.muls at gmail.com> wrote:

Hi All

I make a plot of visible satellites at a ground station where calculations

are performed every X minutes (eg 10 minutes). From these calculations I

make a plot which,among other info, displays the number of visible

satellites as a function of time using the drwa-style 'steps-post' (cfr

line

below)

ax2.plot(predDates, nrVisSats, linewidth=3, color='black',

drawstyle='steps-post', label='#Visible', alpha=.6)

I would like to color the area between the time-axis and this line but I

cannot find how to do that for a 'step' function.

Tx for any help.

Alain

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