you can explicitly set the yticks with that command:
Typically you would pass something like arange(start,end,step) into the yticks command.
This way you have full controll over the ticks. Documenation is here:
If you are developing with the pylab option the command above should work without the pyplot prefix.
If you continue having problems then please enclose the code with data if possible.
2011/10/2 Tiger11 <lboquillon@…287…>
I’m developing a bar chart using matplotlib but my data is like 0.77776
0.77774 0.77771, is very important the decimal
I got something like this
but i want 0.001 0.002 0.003 0.004 … 0.101 istead of 0.1 0.2 0.3
thanks for your help.
P.S. I apologize for my bad english and my lack of expressiveness
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