how to make mat.figure.Figure.add_axes generated axes adjustable with the interactive tool?

Dear all,

First I make some subplots using the plt.subplots command,
then I use mat.figure.Figure.delaxes to delete the axes, and add some small new ones
in the same space by using mat.figure.Figure.add_axes, but I find after rendering the
figure in the interative window, I cannot adjust the left/right/bottom/wspace etc in a
interactive way, the old subplots that are generated using plt.subplots command will
move, and the new ones generated using mat.figure.Figure.add_axes just don’t
move at all, so what should I do if I want the new ones also move? Because
the interative window is really useful when you want to have figures quickly.

thanks a lot for any hints.

cheers,

Chao

···


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Chao,

plt.subplots returns a figure instance. Can you use the add_subplot method of that figure instance to make your new axes? If so, then I think that they should respond to the new requests for left/right/bottom/wspace space.

-Sterling

···

On Jul 25, 2013, at 10:06AM, Chao YUE wrote:

Dear all,

First I make some subplots using the plt.subplots command,
then I use mat.figure.Figure.delaxes to delete the axes, and add some small new ones
in the same space by using mat.figure.Figure.add_axes, but I find after rendering the
figure in the interative window, I cannot adjust the left/right/bottom/wspace etc in a
interactive way, the old subplots that are generated using plt.subplots command will
move, and the new ones generated using mat.figure.Figure.add_axes just don't
move at all, so what should I do if I want the new ones also move? Because
the interative window is really useful when you want to have figures quickly.

thanks a lot for any hints.

cheers,

Chao

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Dear Sterling,

thanks for your answer. The idea is that I would like to add a subplot with precise position, as in the method of fig.add_axes?
Does fig.add_subplot support this, I tried fig.add_subplot(position=(0.2,0.2,0.1,0.1)) but it does not work…

thanks!

Chao

···

On Thu, Jul 25, 2013 at 8:09 PM, Sterling Smith [via matplotlib] <[hidden email]> wrote:

Chao,

plt.subplots returns a figure instance. Can you use the add_subplot method of that figure instance to make your new axes? If so, then I think that they should respond to the new requests for left/right/bottom/wspace space.

-Sterling

On Jul 25, 2013, at 10:06AM, Chao YUE wrote:

Dear all,

First I make some subplots using the plt.subplots command,

then I use mat.figure.Figure.delaxes to delete the axes, and add some small new ones

in the same space by using mat.figure.Figure.add_axes, but I find after rendering the

figure in the interative window, I cannot adjust the left/right/bottom/wspace etc in a

interactive way, the old subplots that are generated using plt.subplots command will

move, and the new ones generated using mat.figure.Figure.add_axes just don’t

move at all, so what should I do if I want the new ones also move? Because
the interative window is really useful when you want to have figures quickly.

thanks a lot for any hints.

cheers,

Chao


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Chao,

You are right, fig.add_subplot does not support precise positioning. Why don't you send a picture of a sample layout you have obtained with add_axes?

-Sterling

···

On Jul 26, 2013, at 1:26AM, ChaoYue wrote:

Dear Sterling,

thanks for your answer. The idea is that I would like to add a subplot with precise position, as in the method of fig.add_axes?
Does fig.add_subplot support this, I tried fig.add_subplot(position=(0.2,0.2,0.1,0.1)) but it does not work...

thanks!

Chao

On Thu, Jul 25, 2013 at 8:09 PM, Sterling Smith [via matplotlib] <[hidden email]> wrote:
Chao,

plt.subplots returns a figure instance. Can you use the add_subplot method of that figure instance to make your new axes? If so, then I think that they should respond to the new requests for left/right/bottom/wspace space.

-Sterling

On Jul 25, 2013, at 10:06AM, Chao YUE wrote:

> Dear all,
>
> First I make some subplots using the plt.subplots command,
> then I use mat.figure.Figure.delaxes to delete the axes, and add some small new ones
> in the same space by using mat.figure.Figure.add_axes, but I find after rendering the
> figure in the interative window, I cannot adjust the left/right/bottom/wspace etc in a
> interactive way, the old subplots that are generated using plt.subplots command will
> move, and the new ones generated using mat.figure.Figure.add_axes just don't
> move at all, so what should I do if I want the new ones also move? Because
> the interative window is really useful when you want to have figures quickly.
>
> thanks a lot for any hints.
>
> cheers,
>
> Chao
>
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Hi, thanks.

the attached is what I achieved so far. Looks quite nice.

each subplot visible now actually contains two mat.axes.Axes object (with bottom and top spines invisible)
which is created by using the fig.add_axes, before the place occupied by the two axes now is actually
only one single subplot ojbect, which is created by using fig,axs = plt.subplots(2,3). something like this:

for ax in axs.flatten():
#some way to find the position of the two new axes
sub1 = fig.add_axes(…)
sub2 = fig.add_axes(…)
fig.delaxes(ax)

Now the problem is that all the original subplots have been removed, replaced by 2X6 mat.axes.Axes,
But they don’t respond to any operation in the interacitve window (like, you can use your mouse to select
the left/righ/wspace etc…)

I hope I am clear. thanks!

cheers,

Chao

···

On Fri, Jul 26, 2013 at 5:55 PM, Sterling Smith [via matplotlib] <[hidden email]> wrote:

Chao,

You are right, fig.add_subplot does not support precise positioning. Why don’t you send a picture of a sample layout you have obtained with add_axes?

-Sterling

On Jul 26, 2013, at 1:26AM, ChaoYue wrote:

Dear Sterling,

thanks for your answer. The idea is that I would like to add a subplot with precise position, as in the method of fig.add_axes?

Does fig.add_subplot support this, I tried fig.add_subplot(position=(0.2,0.2,0.1,0.1)) but it does not work…

thanks!

Chao

On Thu, Jul 25, 2013 at 8:09 PM, Sterling Smith [via matplotlib] <[hidden email]> wrote:

Chao,

plt.subplots returns a figure instance. Can you use the add_subplot method of that figure instance to make your new axes? If so, then I think that they should respond to the new requests for left/right/bottom/wspace space.

-Sterling

On Jul 25, 2013, at 10:06AM, Chao YUE wrote:

Dear all,

First I make some subplots using the plt.subplots command,
then I use mat.figure.Figure.delaxes to delete the axes, and add some small new ones
in the same space by using mat.figure.Figure.add_axes, but I find after rendering the
figure in the interative window, I cannot adjust the left/right/bottom/wspace etc in a
interactive way, the old subplots that are generated using plt.subplots command will
move, and the new ones generated using mat.figure.Figure.add_axes just don’t
move at all, so what should I do if I want the new ones also move? Because
the interative window is really useful when you want to have figures quickly.

thanks a lot for any hints.

cheers,

Chao


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Chao,

From your description, it is clear that you are using a very customized application of axes placement and design. The only method that I see for replacing your current setup with Subplots (I use the upper case to denote the instances of the class, which do respond to the left/right/wspace parameters) is the following (untested):
{{{
fig,axs = plt.subplots(2,3)
for i,ax in enumerate(axs.flat):
    
    ax.plot(time,data)
    ymin,ymax = ax.get_ylim()
    ax.set_ylim(ymin=ymin,ymax=ymin+2*(ymax-ymin))
    labels = ax.get_yticklabels()
    for l in labels:
        if float(l.get_text()) > ymax:
            l.set_visible(False)
    ax2 = ax.twinx()
    ymin,ymax = ax2.get_ylim()
    ax2.set_ylim(ymin=ymax-2*(ymax-ymin),ymax=ymax)
    labels = ax2.get_yticklabels()
    for l in labels:
        if float(l.get_text()) < ymin:
            l.set_visible(False)
    
}}}

Some of this is inspired by http://matplotlib.org/examples/api/two_scales.html and similar examples/applications.

Hope that helps,
Sterling

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On Jul 27, 2013, at 6:10AM, ChaoYue wrote:

Hi, thanks.

the attached is what I achieved so far. Looks quite nice.

each subplot visible now actually contains two mat.axes.Axes object (with bottom and top spines invisible)
which is created by using the fig.add_axes, before the place occupied by the two axes now is actually
only one single subplot ojbect, which is created by using fig,axs = plt.subplots(2,3). something like this:

for ax in axs.flatten():
     #some way to find the position of the two new axes
     sub1 = fig.add_axes(....)
     sub2 = fig.add_axes(....)
     fig.delaxes(ax)

Now the problem is that all the original subplots have been removed, replaced by 2X6 mat.axes.Axes,
But they don't respond to any operation in the interacitve window (like, you can use your mouse to select
the left/righ/wspace etc....)

I hope I am clear. thanks!

cheers,

Chao

On Fri, Jul 26, 2013 at 5:55 PM, Sterling Smith [via matplotlib] <[hidden email]> wrote:
Chao,

You are right, fig.add_subplot does not support precise positioning. Why don't you send a picture of a sample layout you have obtained with add_axes?

-Sterling

On Jul 26, 2013, at 1:26AM, ChaoYue wrote:

> Dear Sterling,
>
> thanks for your answer. The idea is that I would like to add a subplot with precise position, as in the method of fig.add_axes?
> Does fig.add_subplot support this, I tried fig.add_subplot(position=(0.2,0.2,0.1,0.1)) but it does not work...
>
> thanks!
>
> Chao
>
> On Thu, Jul 25, 2013 at 8:09 PM, Sterling Smith [via matplotlib] <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Chao,
>
> plt.subplots returns a figure instance. Can you use the add_subplot method of that figure instance to make your new axes? If so, then I think that they should respond to the new requests for left/right/bottom/wspace space.
>
> -Sterling
>
> On Jul 25, 2013, at 10:06AM, Chao YUE wrote:
>
> > Dear all,
> >
> > First I make some subplots using the plt.subplots command,
> > then I use mat.figure.Figure.delaxes to delete the axes, and add some small new ones
> > in the same space by using mat.figure.Figure.add_axes, but I find after rendering the
> > figure in the interative window, I cannot adjust the left/right/bottom/wspace etc in a
> > interactive way, the old subplots that are generated using plt.subplots command will
> > move, and the new ones generated using mat.figure.Figure.add_axes just don't
> > move at all, so what should I do if I want the new ones also move? Because
> > the interative window is really useful when you want to have figures quickly.
> >
> > thanks a lot for any hints.
> >
> > cheers,
> >
> > Chao
> >
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