I am now able to create multiple figures, each with one
> or more subplots with my software. What a great
> collection of software. Thanks for all the work.
Great, glad it helped. I was pretty sure that was the answer.
> I tried using mx.datetime to create an mx.datetime
> instance which worked fine. However, mx2num() fails with
> python claiming an undefined mxdates. I checked the
> source and found only one mxdates. No idea how it should
> be defined. In the mean time I am using a datetime
> instance but I lose a small bit of precision with only
> integer seconds.
Oops, replace mx2num in matplotlib/dates.py with
Convert mx datetime instance (or sequence of mx instances) to the
new date format,
scalar = False
if not iterable(mxdates):
scalar = True
mxdates = [mxdates]
ret = epoch2num([m.ticks() for m in mxdates])
if scalar: return ret
else: return ret
Thanks for the report!