# Output is treated like Y-label

Hello,

I am reposting this query in the hopes that someone might have a new insight or can direct me to someone who would be willing to lend some assistance to solve the problem.
Thank you in advance for any assistance rendered.

The problem is still that I cannot get Matplotlib to plot the figure inside the XY Axis. You can see from the images that the figure is treated like a Y-label, which it is not. I can move the figure up and down the Y-axis by varying the y values in the xy coordinates.
Below please see the images posted. Thank you
Here is my code:

from matplotlib import pyplot as plt from functools import reduce
fig, ax = plt.subplots(figsize=(28,16), dpi=32)

def mandelbrot(a):
return reduce(lambda z, _:z * z + a, range(50), 0)
def step(start, step, iterations):
return (start + (i * step) for i in range(iterations))

rows = (("*" if abs(mandelbrot(complex(x, y))) < 2 else " "
for x in step(-2.0, .0315, 80))
for y in step(1, -.05, 41))
rowjoin = ("\n".join("".join(row) for row in rows))
print("\n".join("".join(row) for row in rows))
ax.axis([1, 60, -60, 60])
ax.plot(rowjoin)
plt.show()

plot makes lines. If you pass it strings, then the X/Y coordinates will be categorical, but it still plots lines.

To display text, you must use one of the text API.

Hi Sir, Thank you so very much for your reply! I am new to MatplotLib. Could you give me a bit more information. I am really not a programmer, so any enlightenment will be greatly appreciated!! Thank you, Thank you.