I just discovered matplotlib (and python).
I got things running pretty fast/easily (thx to the good documentation)
but I got a problem with texts and subplots.
-text tend to overlap previous subplots. this is more annoying than a real issue ... but still, It looks blatantly dirty... I had no success with zorder
-text overlaps, is there a way to "automagically place" text so that overlapping is minimal?
taking into account that my text labels are only constrained on X and can be moved freely on Y
I would happily get the boundaries of the text labels and sort my x/y coordinates myself, but I couldn't find such boundaries.
for the record: I'm plotting some system datas (like cpu/ram/disk usage) over time and placing dbus calls over that
at the moment, I got 5 subplots vertically arranged sharing the same x axis
I represent dbus calls with axvlines and annotate them with some dbus infos (usually 15 chars)
thx for your time, and the nice piece of software
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