All Entries Tagged plotting

Visvis: an object oriented approach to visualization
Visvis is a pure Python library for visualization of 1D to 4D data in an object oriented way combining the power of OpenGL with the usability of Python. A MATLABlike ...
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 by SciPy Central
 on 01 July 2011

pyqtgraph  Plotting, graphics, and GUI library for scientific / engineering applications
PyQtGraph is a purepython graphics library built on PyQt4 and numpy. It is intended for use in scientific, engineering, and mathematics applications. It features 2D plotting, image/video display, 3D ...
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 by Luke Campagnola
 on 21 November 2012

pcolorlike plotting wrapper for imshow
Matplotlib’s pcolor function becomes slow when the amount of data is large. The workaround is to use imshow, but this function has a different interface which is somewhat clumsier ...

Absolute plot size and margins in Matplotlib
This function computes the figure size and relative margins necessary for a given plot size and absolute margins. For example, this is useful when making exactly square plots, or if ...

https://plot.ly
Plotly
is a graphing and analytics platform for making and sharing publication quality graphs. You can generate graphs and analyze data from the inbrowser Python sandbox (numpy supported) or the ... 0
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 by MSundquist
 on 18 November 2013

Simple interactive Matplotlib plots
Interactive graphs with Matplotlib have haunted me. So here I have collected a number of tricks that should make interactive use of plots simpler. The functions below show how to ...
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 by thomas.haslwanter
 on 30 March 2015

Ten simple rules for better figures
This link to the sources of the figures of the article “Ten Simple Rules for better figures”, Nicolas P. Rougier, Michael Droettboom, Philip E. Bourne, PLOS Computational Biology, 2014. Article ...
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 by Nicolas Rougier
 on 28 September 2015