legend.numpoints: 1 ?

Hi,

I want to display some measurement data as simple dots, and also a modeled curve (solid line, no symbols). When I set legend.numpoints to one I get one dot displayed in my legend, but no solid line any more. Is it somehow possible to configure the legend behavior for each line separately?

Thanks
Wolfgang

import matplotlib
from pylab import *

t=[0,1,2]
s=[0.1,1.1,1.9]
plot(t, t,label='curve')
plot(s, t, markersize=7, marker='o', markeredgecolor='b',markerfacecolor='w',alpha=0,label='dots')
ylim(-0.1,2.1)
legend(loc=2)
show()

I don't know the answer to your question exactly, but had some data
like that and was very happy with numpoints=2. You could see if that
is good enough for now.

Ryan

ยทยทยท

On 6/12/06, Wolfgang <wollez@...361...> wrote:

Hi,

I want to display some measurement data as simple dots, and also a
modeled curve (solid line, no symbols). When I set legend.numpoints to
one I get one dot displayed in my legend, but no solid line any more. Is
it somehow possible to configure the legend behavior for each line
separately?

Thanks
Wolfgang

import matplotlib
from pylab import *

t=[0,1,2]
s=[0.1,1.1,1.9]
plot(t, t,label='curve')
plot(s, t, markersize=7, marker='o',
markeredgecolor='b',markerfacecolor='w',alpha=0,label='dots')
ylim(-0.1,2.1)
legend(loc=2)
show()

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