All entries tagged: "matplotlib"
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matplotlib: a plotting library matplotlib is a 2D plotting library which produces publication quality figures in a variety of hardcopy formats and interactive environments across platforms. matplotlib can be used in scripts, the Python ...SciPy Central on 01 July 2011

Geometric illustration of the SVD Given the SVD of a matrix, A, such that \(A=U \Sigma V^*,\) plot the columns of \(U\) and \(V\), and show how vectors on the unit circle are transformed ...stefan on 21 July 2011

Simple interactive 2ddata viewer This is a very simple, but practical 2ddata viewer, which uses only matplotlib widgets. Click on the image or the plots, to get a crossection. Example:Tillsten on 19 August 2011

Simple interactive 2ddata viewer This is a very simple, but practical 2ddata viewer, which uses only matplotlib widgets. Click on the image or the plots to get a cross section  x or y depending ...Tillsten on 19 August 2011 (revision 2)

Building a simple interactive 2ddata viewer with Matplotlib This is a very simple, but practical 2ddata viewer, which uses only matplotlib widgets. Click on the image or the plots to get a cross section  x or y depending ...Tillsten on 29 August 2011 (revision 3)

Building a simple interactive 2ddata viewer with Matplotlib This is a very simple, but practical 2ddata viewer, which uses only matplotlib widgets. Click on the image or the plots to get a cross section  x or y depending ...Tillsten on 02 September 2011 (revision 4)

OpenPIV  Open Souce Particle Image Velocimetry PIV is a most ubiquitous experimental method in fluid mechanics. It’s based on imaging of flows seeded with small particles, illuminated by a laser sheet and recorded in two ...alexlib on 23 September 2011

OpenPIV  Open Souce Particle Image Velocimetry PIV is a most ubiquitous experimental method in fluid mechanics. It’s based on imaging of flows seeded with small particles, illuminated by a laser sheet and recorded in two ...alexlib on 23 September 2011 (revision 2)

ROC curve demo This script can be used to understand the relationship between the signal absent and signal present distributions and the ROC curve which they generate. The distributions are assumed to be ...dubbitywap on 28 March 2012

Plotting Trellis Diagrams with CommPy in Python It is often required to visualize the trellis representation of a convolutional code. This is an attempt to provide the same as shown belowveeresht on 28 March 2012

Plotting Trellis Diagrams with CommPy in Python It is often required to visualize the trellis representation of a convolutional code. This is an attempt to provide the same as shown belowveeresht on 28 March 2012 (revision 2)

CommPy  Digital Communication with Python CommPy is an open source toolkit implementing digital communication algorithms in python using SciPy, NumPy, Matplotlib and Cython.veeresht on 28 March 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 ...pv on 22 November 2012 (revision 2)

NumPy Beginner's Guide Second Edition Release Imminent NumPy Beginner’s Guide (second edition) is due to be released on 24 April. What you will learn from this book:Perform high performance calculations with clean and efficient NumPy ...ivanidris on 18 April 2013

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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 ...sbear on 03 June 2013

Print Targeted Plots Make plots suitable for printed publication. This module contains functions to improve the appearance of matplotlib plots that will appear in print. The recommended usage is to first decide on ...Andrew Davis on 26 October 2013

IBCAO (International Bathymetric Chart of the Arctic Ocean) class for python and Scipy Class which sets up the IBCAO (projection and loads file) for use with Matplotlib:gauteh on 04 March 2014