[Matplotlib-users] Stacked 2D plots with interconnections in Matplotlib

Benjamin Root ben.v.root at gmail.com
Mon Jan 30 11:50:19 EST 2017

Perhaps glueviz (built on top of matplotlib) might be a step in the right
direction for you? http:/./glueviz.org

Don't know if it'll do the 3d aspect that you are looking for, but it does
provide a lot of good interactivity tools for examining interconnections in
multidimensional data.

Ben Root

On Sun, Dec 18, 2016 at 9:40 AM, Maurizio De Pittà <
mauriziodepitta at gmail.com> wrote:

> Fedora 20; Python 2.7.5; Matplotlib 1.4.3 (installed by yum/pip)
> I need to visualize some complex multivariate datasets and the preferred
> way is to use a modification of parallel axis visualization, using stacked
> 2D plots, where each plot maps a degree of freedom/model parameter and data
> points belonging to the same data sets should be interconnected across
> different plots. I am attaching a conceptual sketch.
> I put emphasis that each plane should be a plot itself with its own axes
> with their own scales. More specifically, all plots have the same x-axis,
> but the y-axis represents something different.
> Any idea of how to implement it by matplotlib?
> Cheers,
> M
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