Newb here. I can plot a seq of float with:

pylab.plot (s)

pylab.show()

But if s is complex, say numpy.array(complex), it doesn't do what I want. I

think it's just showing the real part?

I want to get 2 line graphs, one real one imag.

Newb here. I can plot a seq of float with:

pylab.plot (s)

pylab.show()

But if s is complex, say numpy.array(complex), it doesn't do what I want. I

think it's just showing the real part?

I want to get 2 line graphs, one real one imag.

Neal Becker wrote:

Newb here. I can plot a seq of float with:

pylab.plot (s)

pylab.show()But if s is complex, say numpy.array(complex), it doesn't do what I want. I

think it's just showing the real part?I want to get 2 line graphs, one real one imag.

If s is a numpy array, then try:

pylab.plot(s.real)

pylab.plot(s.imag)

pylab.show()

Ryan

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Ryan May

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School of Meteorology

University of Oklahoma