subplot [was: executing function when view interval changes]

I'm hoping you will "link" these two in the following way:
introduce a *new* command (e.g., subplot2grid) that supports
the spans *and* introduces Pythonic indexing. (Then subplot
can just stick around as a less capable little brother with
Matlab-style indexing for as long as you deem necessary.)

Alan

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On Sat, Aug 1, 2009 at 7:32 PM, Alan > G Isaac<alan.isaac@...287...> wrote:

Which reminds me, was there a decision on subplot2grid etc?
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On 8/2/2009 1:00 AM John Hunter wrote:

There
are two pieces to this thread: the non-pythonic 1 based addressing of
the current subplot command ("don't blame me, talk to the mathworks"),
and the ability to easily specify column or row spans across the grid.
The former is a minor wart that is unlikely to change, the latter is
a significant feature that we should definitely support.