ANN matplotlib-0.30 - matlab style python plotting

Discussion in 'Python' started by John Hunter, Oct 21, 2003.

  1. John Hunter

    John Hunter Guest

    matplotlib is a 2D plotting package for python with a matlab
    compatible syntax and output tested under linux and windows platforms.

    matplotlib-0.30 is available for download at
    http://matplotlib.sourceforge.net, and has many new features since the
    last major release.

    Multiple outputs

    matplotlib now supports postscript and GD output, as well as the
    traditional GTK backend. The postscript backend goes a long way
    towards the goal of acheiving publication quality output. The GD
    backend allows you to use matplotlib even in environments with no X
    server, such as for a web application server serving dynamic charts.

    Log scaling

    With the help of Andrew Straw, matplotlib now has log axis
    capabilities, with new commands semilogx, semilogy and loglog
    See http://matplotlib.sourceforge.net/screenshots.html#log_shot

    Legends

    With the help of Charles R. Twardy, matplotlib now has a matlab
    compatible legend command. See
    http://matplotlib.sourceforge.net/screenshots.html#legend_demo

    Numerous bug fixes and minor additions

    DPI parameter allows multiple output resolutions with correct
    scaling

    Several bug fixes in GTK interactive mode using
    examples/interactive2.py

    Multiple ways to specify colors, including matlab compatible format
    strings, RGB tuples, and html-style hex color strings

    Rewrite of line class for much greater compatibility with matlab
    handle graphics commands and flexibility in choosing line styles and
    markers

    See http://matplotlib.sourceforge.net/screenshots.html for screenshots
    and http://matplotlib.sourceforge.net/whats_new.html for more detailed
    information on what's new.

    John Hunter
     
    John Hunter, Oct 21, 2003
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