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Eric Dill
@ericdill
cool story bro
Dan Allan
@danielballan
dude. totally.
#123
4ceef1e
code
Dan Allan
@danielballan
def code_block():
bah
Thomas A Caswell
@tacaswell
```python
def foo(bar):
pass
def foo(bar):
    pass
Li Li
@licode
print('hi')
Dan Allan
@danielballan
I'm starting to think we should use this.
It could be good for user support.
Eric Dill
@ericdill
I do like this, especially the github integration and code formatting
Thomas A Caswell
@tacaswell
```# add scale bar
sb_x = 200
sb_y = 630
sb_length = 1000 / cal_val
sb_height = 10
ax.add_patch(Rectangle(( sb_x, sb_y), sb_length, sb_height, color='white'))
ax.text(sb_x + sb_length /2, sb_y + 2*sb_height, r'1 mm', color='black', ha='center', va='bottom', backgroundcolor='w', fontsize=10)
# add scale bar
sb_x = 200
sb_y = 630
sb_length = 1000 / cal_val
sb_height = 10
ax.add_patch(Rectangle(( sb_x, sb_y), sb_length, sb_height, color='white'))
ax.text(sb_x + sb_length /2, sb_y + 2*sb_height,  r'1 mm', color='black', ha='center', va='bottom', backgroundcolor='w', fontsize=10)
cal_val is um/pixels
where pixels here is on the camera, not on the output image