Marker size in pixels

Salutations, community.

I'd like to plot a circular marker with, say, a 10 pixel radius. Is it
possible to do this in matplotlib?

Daniel
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Apologies; I didn't include enough information. I see that matplotlib
allows you to set the marker size in points. My quest is to convert pixels
to points.

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On Sat, Aug 15, 2015 at 7:38 PM, Where Where <wherewp at gmail.com> wrote:

Salutations, community.

I'd like to plot a circular marker with, say, a 10 pixel radius. Is it
possible to do this in matplotlib?

Daniel

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Good question! I'm only saving my graphs to file (via an animation), and
not displaying them to the screen. I have the dpi I'm using in a variable.

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On Sun, Aug 16, 2015 at 5:03 PM, William Ray Wing <wrw at mac.com> wrote:

How will you know in advance what conversion factor to use, that is, how
will you know what your users are equipped with? Display devices with 72
pixels/in, 225 pixels/in, and 300 pixels/in would have very different
conversion factors.

Bill

On Aug 15, 2015, at 8:46 PM, Where Where <wherewp at gmail.com> wrote:

Apologies; I didn't include enough information. I see that matplotlib
allows you to set the marker size in points. My quest is to convert pixels
to points.

On Sat, Aug 15, 2015 at 7:38 PM, Where Where <wherewp at gmail.com> wrote:

Salutations, community.

I'd like to plot a circular marker with, say, a 10 pixel radius. Is it
possible to do this in matplotlib?

Daniel

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