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CHANNELS="-c conda-forge/label/testing -c conda-forge -c defaults" PACKAGES_COMMON="flufl.lock owslib pep8 pillow pyepsg pyshp pytest" PACKAGES_COMMON="$PACKAGES_COMMON pytest-xdist requests setuptools_scm" PACKAGES_COMMON="$PACKAGES_COMMON setuptools_scm_git_archive shapely" PACKAGES_LATEST="python=3.8 cython fiona matplotlib-base numpy proj<8 pykdtree scipy pytest-cov coveralls spyder=4"
conda listat the end of the "Install Dependencies" step. You can try to see if there is a difference between your local versions and those I guess? Here is the most recent one: https://github.com/SciTools/cartopy/runs/2413220331
@stefraynaud, Better to draw with ax.gridlines (draw_labels = True)
When I use this code, I am introducing a tracing error. Because this code is for the Mercator projection. I hope to help fix this issue.
"# Label axes of a Mercator projection without degree symbols in the labels
fig.savefig('/tmp/data.png')I think blocks until the buffer is fully written to disk. To compare all of these cases you'll really need to read up a lot more about profiling all of these various libraries because all of them do different things under the hood that may be beneficial in certain ways, like blitting or re-using the same canvas. If you're writing to disk or just showing an in-memory representation.