probably a trivial question, but somehow, I'm stuck anyway:
I have the following script:
... do some data preparation ...
If I call this script with the -dGtkAgg option, it displays the plot on screen
and saves an empty eps file. If I call it with -dPS, it displays nothing and
outputs the correct eps - so far everything as I would expect it.
Up to now, I just used the -dGtkAgg backend (as default) to get an impression
about the plots and then ran the script again to create the .eps.
Now, I would like the script to do both in one run: display the plot on
screen, and save it to disk at the same time.
Somehow I have not achieved doing so. My first idea was to place
right before the savefig, but that does not change anything and still writes
an empty .eps file.
What should I do?
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