Dear matplotlib users,
I have a problem with my plots, it is that the plot
axes and the tick marks are too small, is there a way to increase the
‘lineweight’ and size of these basic features?
I am not asking about axis label text size and that of the
information inside the plot, but rather the basic skeleton of the plot. I
suppose I can make thicker ticks by hand w/ the xvline and xhline modules,
but I’d rather not do it this way.
Look into your matplotlibrc file, for the following lines:
#xtick.major.size and three other adjustments.
Not sure how to update these in code yet. Let me know when you figure out
Also I often find that the xlabel is too close to the plot box
(xaxis) is there a way to increase this distance besides making my own
labels via text.
I: label = plt.xlabel (“baskervilles”)
I: label.set_position ?
Base Class: <type ‘instancemethod’>
String Form: <bound method Text.set_position of <matplotlib.text.Text object at 0x98f5bac>>
Definition: label.set_position(self, xy)
Set the (x, y) position of the text
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