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[slack] <simonbyrne> > Thats due to precompile files being generated on latest stable. I am not entirely sure how to handle it generally
have separate precompile files, and if VERSION include them?
[slack] <simonbyrne> or get rid of the 1.6 dependency
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[slack] <Mark Kittisopikul> Would it be faster to petition the registry to revert JuliaRegistries/General#49680 ?
[slack] <kristofferc> JuliaRegistries/General#49708
[slack] <kristofferc> Less talk more action? 😛
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[slack] <tf bltg> Now fixed in Plots@1.25.0 : thanks for quickly yanking the broken release, this was the right move.
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[slack] <loki._.> which version are you on? I can't reproduce this on Plots v1.25.0
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[slack] <Cossio> To avoid things like JuliaPlots/Plots.jl#3964, would it make sense to check automatically that the CI is testing the same Julia version range as what's stated in the compat?
[slack] <Cossio> It could be one of the tests done automatically when registering an update
[slack] <Cossio> Ah I see it is already mentioned in the last comment there.
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I was trying to use commands like legend = :bottom to reposition the legend in plotly plots but having no luck. Seems like this is an unresolved issue on github. Is there some kind of workaround to position the legend manually?
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[slack] <jreileyclark> I’m using plots.jl with plotly() backend. I want the traces in my plot to be invisible at first and then I want to click on the legend to activate them. Is there a way to control this? On the plotly website it says that a keywordplot(...,visible = "legendonly") should do the trick. Any ideas?
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Hi, I'm using Plots.jl to create a polar heatmap. However the radial axis (internally yaxis) is covered by the heatmap datapoints. I can't figure out how to adjust the z-order of the axis as you would in matplotlib. Anyone can help?
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[slack] <simonbyrne> Is there a way to plot a 2d mesh in Plots.jl? similar to http://juliaplots.org/MakieReferenceImages/gallery/fem_mesh_2d/index.html?
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[slack] <loki._.> 2 possibilities right now, make a flat 3D mesh and rotate the camera on top or construct the mesh with Shapes
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[slack] <simonbyrne> thanks!
[slack] <simonbyrne> is this a feature you would consider adding? Should I open an issue?
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[slack] <loki._.> I'd definitely review a PR ;)
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[slack] <Jake Bolewski> the problem with shapes (for our use case) is that it is too slow (at least what I tried) for some of the generic backends. I think for plots specifically it might make sense to render some image and just pass that through as a heatmap to get around this issue + preserve portability
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[slack] <rveltz> Hi,

how can. I add a plot without changing the limits. the second call will modify the ylim to (0,100) whereas I want to keep the previous ylims (and xlims)

plot(rand(10), rand(10)) plot!(10rand(10), 100rand(10))

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[slack] <loki._.> p = plot(rand(10), rand(10)) plot!(10rand(10), 100rand(10), ylims = Plots.ylims(p) )
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[slack] <rveltz> thank yuo
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[slack] <Jake Bolewski> Is there a good way to create backend specific implementation of PlotRecipes? ex. a recipe that works for certain datatypes using GR specific functionality.
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[slack] <loki._.> A quick reminder that the Plots.jl maintenance call is today at 16:00 CET
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[slack] <Lucy Henley> I recently updated to the newest version of plots (1.25.4) and pyplot (2.10.0) and now I can't seem to get colourbar ticks to show up. Anyone else had this issue and/or know how to fix it?
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[slack] <dalarev> Hi everybody, is there a way to update the camera view angle in a http://Plots.gr 3D plot?
Currently I initialize the figure window as fig = plot(camera=(0,0)) but I'd like to update this after plotting.
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[slack] <Misha Mikhasenko> Did you try plot!(camera=(…)) ?
[slack] <Misha Mikhasenko> I think should work, but cannot test now
[slack] <dalarev> That does it. Thank you!
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[slack] <tknopp> Hi, I have the following plot and don’t like that the exponents on the left are non-integers. Is there a way to force Plots.jl to use integers there? This is with pgfplotsx backend.: https://files.slack.com/files-pri/T68168MUP-F0328HRNH71/download/performancevsaccuracy_d1.svg
[slack] <loki._.> There wouldn't be any tick with only integer exponents, easiest would be to make the ylims larger
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[slack] <tknopp> thats my point. I want this to be streched such that at least one decade is shown
[slack] <tknopp> without explicitely setting ylims
[slack] <loki._.> There is currently no way to get that automatic and its unlikely this will be the case in the future, since messing with the limits for some definition of pretty seems a bit dangerous to me
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[slack] <tknopp> ok, thanks! I just did not want to look some obvious parameter
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[slack] <johntfoster> I'm trying to use the PGFPlotsX backend to create some plots that are written straight to file on a continuous integration system that doesn't have a GUI. For the GR backend, I can add ENV["GKSwstype"]="nul" to prevent any attempt to show the plot. Is there something similar for the PGFPlotsX backend? I'm getting an error when related to the backend attempting to display the result.
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[slack] <loki._.> What error?
[slack] <loki._.> The CI Image needs to have a working latex Installation. Other than that I don't see a reason why it shouldn't work
[slack] <johntfoster> Sorry, I meant to paste it in. Here it it:
MethodError: no method matching _show(::IOStream, ::MIME{Symbol("application/x-tex")}, ::Plots.Plot{Plots.PGFPlotsXBackend})
The code works fine when I run it locally on my Mac with a GUI. It only errors on the CI system.
[slack] <johntfoster> The CI system does have a working LaTeX. And I've tested similar with the matplotlib pgf backend, so I know it's not that.
[slack] <loki._.> What is the code its running?
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[slack] <johntfoster> p = plot([1, 2, 3, 4]) savefig(p, "test.tikz")
[slack] <kristofferc> Would be useful to show the stacktrace of the error as well, I think.
[slack] <johntfoster> ERROR: MethodError: no method matching _show(::IOStream, ::MIME{Symbol("application/x-tex")}, ::Plots.Plot{Plots.PGFPlotsXBackend}) Closest candidates are: _show(::IO, ::MIME{Symbol("application/x-tex")}, ::Plots.Plot{Plots.PGFPlotsXBackend}) at ~/.julia/packages/Plots/LI4FE/src/backends/pgfplotsx.jl: 1505 (method too new to be called from this world context.) _show(::IO, ::MIME{Symbol("application/pdf")}, ::Plots.Plot{Plots.PGFPlotsXBackend}) at ~/.julia/packages/Plots/LI4FE/src/backends/pgfplotsx.jl:14 91 (method too new to be called from this world context.) _show(::IO, ::MIME{Symbol("image/svg+xml")}, ::Plots.Plot{Plots.PGFPlotsXBackend}) at ~/.julia/packages/Plots/LI4FE/src/backends/pgfplotsx.jl:1491 (method too new to be called from this world context.) ... Stacktrace: [1] show(io::IOStream, m::MIME{Symbol("application/x-tex")}, plt::Plots.Plot{Plots.PGFPlotsXBackend}) @ Plots ~/.julia/packages/Plots/LI4FE/src/output.jl:205 [2] (::Plots.var"#283#284"{Plots.Plot{Plots.PGFPlotsXBackend}})(io::IOStream) @ Plots ~/.julia/packages/Plots/LI4FE/src/output.jl:41 [3] open(::Plots.var"#283#284"{Plots.Plot{Plots.PGFPlotsXBackend}}, ::String, ::Vararg{String}; kwargs::Base.Pairs{Symbol, Union{}, Tuple{}, NamedT uple{(), Tuple{}}}) @ Base ./io.jl:330 [4] open(::Function, ::String, ::String) @ Base ./io.jl:328 [5] tex(plt::Plots.Plot{Plots.PGFPlotsXBackend}, fn::String) @ Plots ~/.julia/packages/Plots/LI4FE/src/output.jl:40 [6] savefig(plt::Plots.Plot{Plots.PGFPlotsXBackend}, fn::String) @ Plots ~/.julia/packages/Plots/LI4FE/src/output.jl:114 [7] save_tikz() @ assignment9 /state/partition1/data1/john/assignment9/src/assignment9.jl:82 [8] top-level scope @ none:1
[slack] <loki._.> This looks like you called pgfplotsx in a function and did not reach toplevel before trying to save
[slack] <johntfoster> "did not reach top level"??
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[slack] <johntfoster> I do call that to switch the backend in that function because I also generate a figure with gr backend in a different function.
[slack] <kristofferc> Try use Base.invokelatest(savefig, p, "test.tikz")
[slack] <johntfoster> thanks, I got a workaround~
[slack] <johntfoster> !