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From: Scott Sinclair <scott.sinclair.za@...287...>
Date: 8 July 2010 13:46
Subject: Re: [Matplotlib-users] plotting irregular spaced data
To: Ross Williamson <rosswilliamson.spt@...287...>
On 8 July 2010 00:15, Ross Williamson <rosswilliamson.spt@...287...> wrote:
I have a set of 2d data (2d array) z
(100x100) which I need to plot - I have a nominal set of x and y
x = linspace(0,100)
y = linspace(0,100)
Now the actual positions of the points in z are given by the following:
u,v = meshgrid(x,y)
phi = arctan2(v,u)
theta = arcsin(u/cos(phi))
so I have three 2d arrays (100x100) which describe the postion
(phi,theta) of the points in z
How do I go about plotting these say using imshow?
If your z are actually values at points in (phi, theta), you might
find it easier to use scatter().
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
plt.scatter(phi.ravel(), theta.ravel(), c=z.ravel(), edgecolors='none')