2010/10/19 Dharhas Pothina <Dharhas.Pothina@...3115...>:
I'm assuming this is possible and common but I'm not finding the correct combination of search terms to find any examples on the mailing list or online on how to do this.
I'd like to display the y-axis tick labels in the 'comma' notation i.e.
234004 = 234,004
1237689 = 1,237,689
You could write your own formatter, don't be scared. The following
might be a good starting point:
You just need to write a function inserting the comma into the
number's string repr() given a plain Python number.
If I'm not mistaken this feature has never been requested so far, AFAICT.
Just got Goekhan's message, try a combination of both, might be worth.