I wrote a program that gathers data and plots it (y) over time (x). I use Python 3.7.7, with matplotlib 3.2.2, on Windows 10 Pro. I have compiled the program using pyinstaller, into an .exe and put it on additional computers to run. The program has worked properly on all computers, except an HP i5, running Windows 10. I’ve attached a picture of both graphs to help explain my problem… Good and Bad Graph.
def Laser_WaferScan(self, lst, display1, time_lst):
“”" Laser - WAFER SCAN PLOT “”"
waferScan = lst
rpms = display1 # Displays the RPMs in plt.title
waferScan_fullScan_time_lst = time_lst
TESTING - Moved from main() 6.1.20
if gv.bandpass_yes == True:
plt.subplot(3, 1, 1)
plt.subplot(2, 1, 1)