We are happy to announce the release of Matplotlib 3.1!
Matplotlib 3.1 supports Python 3.6+.
Highlights of this release include:
- A helper method for scatter legends
- Secondary axis support (ex, degrees and radians)
- A concise date formatter
- No longer requires a framework build of Python to use OSX backend
- Major and minor ticks will no longer collide by default
- A progress callback for animations
- mplot3D is always registered
- deprecated mlab functions have been removed
- Many function calls have become stricter about invalid or ignored input
A big thank you to everyone who worked on this release including the 151
people contributed code  and the many more who reported issues.
We are planning to have Matplotlib 3.2 released in September/October and
Matplotlib 2.2.5 (the final release of the 2.2.x LTS series) in December.
tcaswell at gmail.com
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