The first line of code on the page
that it is possible to give the projection directly to
this does not work for me\.
Should this functionality exist? I am aware that the pyplot\.plot
autogenerated by boilerplate\.py, but I am a little weary of
Any help gratefully received\.
Hmm, this doesn't seem 100% logically correct. I think the only case
where this would work correctly is if the plot command would also
trigger the creation of a new axes object. If the axes object already
exists, then I seriously doubt this would work as advertised. Is that
the case with your code?
The first paragraph of that doc page needs repair. Trivially, there are
two references to set_xscale. The problem pointed out above is more
serious. plot() has no facility for handling a projection kwarg, and I
don't think it would make sense to try to add one. pyplot functions
that accept the projection kwarg are axes, subplot, and subplots.
Do you want to fix the paragraph, or should I?
I can take a look at it tonight.
Independently, I want to redo the FAQ discussion of draw(), show(), and
interactive versus non-interactive mode. It is possible that this topic
needs more attention elsewhere as well, but I want to start with the FAQ.
Agreed, these are some fundamental functions and probably be set apart
in a "getting started" section, maybe?
On Saturday, June 4, 2011, Eric Firing <efiring@...229...> wrote:
On 06/04/2011 06:05 AM, Benjamin Root wrote:
On Sat, Jun 4, 2011 at 9:09 AM, Phil Elson <philipelson@…476… >> <mailto:philipelson@…476…>> wrote: