Im trying to do a very simple x vs y plot. Where the x values range between
3247 and 3256 and y between 0 and 1. This data is stored in data.dat. I plot
it using the code below, the resulting plot is shown in the first of the two
plots below. Everything goes well except for the x axis, for some reason
tickmarks from 0 up to 9 appear. At the far end of the axis my xmin is
I started looking for the cause and it turns out that as long as my range in
x is lower than 10, this happens. If I change the xlimits to xlim(3246,3256)
I get the plot at the bottom of this page, everything is fine. But if I
change this to for instance xlim(3246.01,3256) or xlim(3245, 3254.99) I get
the same behaviour as in the first graph.
Does any one have any experience with this/ know the reason for this
from numpy import *
from pylab import *
datafile = mlab.load('./data.dat')
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