Where can I find documentation on the new circle collection? And, going back to his comment about "real radius", if I add a circle to a matplotlib plot (not sure how to do this), how can I ensure the radius is, indeed, in meters?
I have read the scatter documentation, and it says the radius of the annotations should be in meters, but that doesn't seem like it's the case.
Date: Mon, 16 Jun 2008 23:35:37 -0700 (PDT)
From: sidimok <sidimok@...287...>
Subject: Re: [Matplotlib-users] Drawing filled circles (discs)
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> Or are you effectively doing a scatter plot? Could you use scatter?
Yes, I've already tried doing the trick with a scatter plot, but since the
filling colors correspond to a "physical quantity" and the radius of the
scatters are the "real" circle radius, using RegularPolygons is more
Isn't it better to use "Circle" new collection?