> nonsingular() takes exactly 3 arguments (2 given)
> 2) The auto-scaling in plot_date() does not scale properly
> in some special cases. Consider this:
The example seems to work now with the above change and the changes
you suggested in below.
> ticks.Base when int() gives zero. Also, to finalize this,
> one would have to write a DayMultiLocator type class for
I added DayMultiLocator to matplotlib.ticker
> the Weeks, otherwise when the number of weeks is close, but
> less then the number of weeks in numticks*months it will
> get crowded. This will probably be a little more involved
> than dealing with days, but perhaps one could use your
> existent WeekdayLocator class to simplify the problem.
A WeekMultiLocator would be useful, but it's not a priority for me.
If you come up with one, send it my way.
> Also note that there was an error in defining months in
> your code; I changed the line to:
> months = span/(SEC_PER_DAY*31) # approx
Thanks for the fix.
> Let me know what you think.
Looks good; thanks!