way to copy an axes object into different figures

Should have mentioned but the artist is like self in most classes so really just need to pass in the renderer.

The renderer can be obtained from fig.canvas.get_renderer() so can pass this to fig.draw(fig.canvas.get_renderer()). I have never done it this way but should have the same results I am guessing as what I mentioned above.

There was no error message, but nothing showed up either.

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On 2013-07-31 17:02:12 +0000, Jeffrey Spencer said:

Cheers

On Tue, Jul 30, 2013 at 10:13 AM, K.-Michael Aye > <kmichael.aye@...287...> wrote:
Hi!

Is there a way to copy an axes object into different figures?
The idea would be to first create a valuable plot, save it on its own
into a file, and then add it to a subplots figure as part of an
overview?
I tried to play with this but can't make it to show up in an pylab session:

plot(arange(10))
ax = gca()

fig, axes = subplots(2,2)

axes[0,0].set_axes(ax)

If the above is correct, how can I make it show up now? fig.show() did
not work and fig.draw() needs an artist and a renderer which I am
unsure where to get them from?

Any hints, or which docs to read as usual apprectiated!
Michael

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