I just committed a few updates to mplot3d:
- Contourf3d is working again (although I'm not 100% it looks the same
as in previous versions; I'll have to compare)
- Drawing bars works
- Zordering is implemented for collections and patches, necessary to
get both of the above working properly.
Excellent -- I'll give these a test drive shorty. BTW, have you had a
chance to look at this question:
Perhaps you could look and see if there is a bug here and respond to the OP.
I noticed that matplotlib/axes3d.py contains the following code:
raise NotImplementedError('axes3d is not supported in
matplotlib-0.98. You may want to try the 0.91.x maintenance branch')
I think we should either remove this file or just import
mpl_toolkits.axes3d. Any thoughts?
Let's just remove it. When the release goes out, I will put a
prominent notice on the website news section pointing to the new
Finally, I'm also trying to write a bit of docs in Sphinx, hope to
have something interesting soon...
Excellent -- when we have uploaded these, we should edit the scipy
cookbook mplot3d entry to point to these too. Also, if you create an
examples in the examples/mplot3d dir, I'll configure the site docs to
build these examples so they show up in the gallery and examples
pages. Lots of people will find the toolkit this way. While we have
one demo file that makes a lot of plots, and this is fine, I prefer
smaller self contained examples each illustrating one feature: plot3,
bar, scatter, surf, mesh, whatever.
Thanks for all your work on this,
On Sat, May 23, 2009 at 9:53 AM, Reinier Heeres <reinier@...707...> wrote: