 # showing xlabel and ylabel with 1eX notation

Hello,

I am doing a plot and the x axis shows a small 1e7 indicating that the
numbers should be multiplied by that quantity, but the y axis does not
and is showing labels like 0.000007

Why is that? I would like it to also use the 1eX notation

Any comment will be appreciated

Thanks,

Pau

This is my script

#!/usr/bin/env python

from pylab import *

# Create arrays

# Define elements

t_01 = H01[:, 0] # 1st column
hplus_01 = H01[:, 1] # 2nd
hcross_01 = H01[:, 2] # 3rd

t_99 = H99[:, 0] # 1st column
hplus_99 = H99[:, 1] # 2nd
hcross_99 = H99[:, 2] # 3rd

# Create upper plot

subplot (211) # 2 rows 1 column 1st plot
grid(True)
# For settings see page 22 users_guide

ylabel (r'\$h_+\,(r/M)\$', size=18)

plot(t_01, hplus_01 , \
linestyle='--', color='grey',
linewidth=3)
plot(t_99, hplus_99 , \
linestyle='-',color='red',
linewidth=1)

# Create lower plot

subplot (212)
grid(True)

ylabel (r'\$h_x\,(r/M)\$', size=18)

plot(t_01, hcross_01 , \
linestyle='--', color='grey',
linewidth=3)
plot(t_99, hcross_99 , \
linestyle='-', color='red',
linewidth=1)

xlabel ('t (sec)', size=18) # At the end, so that it's common to all

# Draw the thing

show()