 # plot a lambda function?

Hi.

Is it possible to plot arbitrary lambda function with matplotlib? Say, if i have f = lambda x: x*sin(x), can i just plot it without building argument-value arrays? It would be a very convenient and useful feature.

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Sincerely,

max ulidtko

You'd always have to specify the domain, so

plot(map(lambda x:x**2, range(1,10)))

shouldn't be much longer than the minimal command.

&C

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On Mar 10, 2010, at 10:12 AM, max ulidtko wrote:

Hi.

Is it possible to plot arbitrary lambda function with matplotlib? Say, if i have f = lambda x: x*sin(x), can i just plot it without building argument-value arrays? It would be a very convenient and useful feature.

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...although

>>plot(map(lambda x:x**2, range(5,15)))

probably doesn't do exactly what you want; is the idea that

>>plot(range(5,15),lambda x:x**2) #DOESN'T WORK

should automatically work like

>>plot(range(5,15), map(lambda x:x**2, range(5,15)))

by recognizing that the second argument is a function rather than a list?

&C

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On Mar 10, 2010, at 10:47 AM, Chloe Lewis wrote:

You'd always have to specify the domain, so

plot(map(lambda x:x**2, range(1,10)))

shouldn't be much longer than the minimal command.

&C

On Mar 10, 2010, at 10:12 AM, max ulidtko wrote:

Hi.

Is it possible to plot arbitrary lambda function with matplotlib?
Say, if i have f = lambda x: x*sin(x), can i just plot it without
building argument-value arrays? It would be a very convenient and
useful feature.

------
Sincerely,
max ulidtko
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plot(*transpose(map(lambda x:(x,sin(x**2)/x**3), arange(3,6, 0.01))))

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On Wed, Mar 10, 2010 at 7:57 PM, Chloe Lewis <chlewis@...1016...> wrote:

...although

>>plot(map(lambda x:x**2, range(5,15)))

probably doesn't do exactly what you want; is the idea that

>>plot(range(5,15),lambda x:x**2) #DOESN'T WORK

should automatically work like

>>plot(range(5,15), map(lambda x:x**2, range(5,15)))

by recognizing that the second argument is a function rather than a
list?

&C

On Mar 10, 2010, at 10:47 AM, Chloe Lewis wrote:

You'd always have to specify the domain, so

plot(map(lambda x:x**2, range(1,10)))

shouldn't be much longer than the minimal command.

&C

On Mar 10, 2010, at 10:12 AM, max ulidtko wrote:

Hi.

Is it possible to plot arbitrary lambda function with matplotlib?
Say, if i have f = lambda x: x*sin(x), can i just plot it without
building argument-value arrays? It would be a very convenient and
useful feature.

------
Sincerely,
max ulidtko
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