Polar Photometry Plots?

I'd like to be able to generate type C photometry plots with matplotlib. The standard co-ordinate system for these has 0 degrees at the bottom (nadir) of the plot, with values increasing counterclockwise. Is there anyway I can transform the co-ordinates that matplotlib uses to do this?

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Randolph Fritz
  design machine group, architecture department, university of washington
rfritz@...1342... -or- rfritz333@...287...

Do you have any link to an example plot?
I googled it but not much luck.
Is it like a polar plot without the bottom half?

Regards,

-JJ

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On Tue, Mar 2, 2010 at 1:48 AM, R Fritz <rfritz@...1342...> wrote:

I'd like to be able to generate type C photometry plots with
matplotlib. The standard co-ordinate system for these has 0 degrees at
the bottom (nadir) of the plot, with values increasing
counterclockwise. Is there anyway I can transform the co-ordinates that
matplotlib uses to do this?
--
Randolph Fritz
design machine group, architecture department, university of washington
rfritz@...1342... -or- rfritz333@...287...

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