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I started a new section for “case studies” in the documentation, as a way to provide Toyplot examples that are a little more realistic; you can see an example at http://toyplot.readthedocs.io/en/latest/communities-case-study.html … contributions would be welcome!
Hi @tshead2 ,
I've been wrestling with the matrix visualization all day and I have to say I'm still quite confused about how to get a matrix aligned with other objects on a cartesian axes. I think I followed your instructions from the post above in this thread, but it still seems like there is something off.
If I plot
axes.bars for five data points they will be plotted on the points [0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5] with the minimum bar edge is on -0.5 and the maximum bar edge at 5.5.
However, if I try to plot a matrix with the same dimensions, even after trying to account for the two extra border cells in the table, the minimum bar edge is at -0.5 but the max bar edge is at 6.
There is probably an easy fix for this, but I haven't been able to figure it out yet. Below is an example:
""as a value to
axes.text. For example, you now get an error for:
axes.text([0,1,2], [1,2,3], ["", "a", "b"]). Although it does work if you replace "" with " ".