[Matplotlib-users] mouse cursor coordinates
grivet at cnrs-orleans.fr
Fri Jun 3 09:58:13 EDT 2016
I know the examples in
but they don't do what I want.
The next example is quite complex, and I don't understand much of it.
> https://gist.github.com/tacaswell/d1afcf015fc202c311bdcc477e1ca3bd and
I am used to programming in Scilab (or Matlab) and I wish to emulate the
following piece of code, in which I place 4
electric charges (of both signs) inside a rectangle in order to compute
later the resulting electric field.
//define plot window
a = gca(); a.tight_limits = "on";
xsetech(wrect=[0,0,1,1],frect=[-5,-5,5,5],arect = 0.99*[1,1,1,1]);
np = 4; i = 1;
xinfo(""left click in window to place a charge (4 in all)");
while i <= np
[ib,xx,yy] = xclick(); //retrieve
button number and pointer coordinates
if abs(xx) < 5 & abs(yy) < 5 & ib==3 //inside plot and left button
xs(i) = xx; ys(i)=yy;
charge(i) = evstr(x_dialog("charge value: ","1"));
if charge(i) >0 then
plot2d(xs(i),ys(i),style = -4,strf="002") //blue dot
plot2d(xs(i),ys(i),style = -5,strf="002") //red dot
i = i+1;
xinfo("left click in window to place a charge (" + string(5-i) + "
Is it possible to write an analogous Python code ?
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