[Matplotlib-users] wulff plot
joferkington at gmail.com
Sat Oct 13 12:19:59 EDT 2018
For what it's worth, I'm the author of mplstereonet, and I'd be happy to
address your problem.
The only numpy depreciations that I'm aware of affecting the project don't
actually change any behavior, they just issue warnings that the old
behavior was ambiguous.
One note: the weights agruments to density contorting are relatively
untested and not frequently used. You're likely hitting a corner case that
I'm not aware of, but I can confirm that they work for the cases I've
If you could add a bit more detail and the traceback you're seeing, I'd
love to fix your issue.
On Oct 13, 2018 10:54 AM, "Benjamin Root" <ben.v.root at gmail.com> wrote:
Ah, well, have you tried submitting a bug report to the project?
Oftentimes, small packages like mplstereonet don't get a lot of activity
because they are relatively small and simple and tend to work just fine for
most cases. If you provide a traceback, it should be fairly obvious how to
fix the bug.
On Sat, Oct 13, 2018 at 12:58 AM PICCA Frederic-Emmanuel <
frederic-emmanuel.picca at synchrotron-soleil.fr> wrote:
> > For what it's worth, the examples on the git repo work on my mac with
> mplstereonet 0.5 from pypi and with version 0.6-dev installed from the git
> repo. They work under python 3.6.6 and 3.7.0 with matplotlib 3.0.0 and
> numpy 1.15.2
> I took the version from pypi.
> I was affected by a bug when using the weight keywork of the contour plot.
> At some point it compared a numpy array to False, whcih doesnot work
> I was asking because it seems to me that the upstream is not active
> anymore. this is why I was asking if this could be done with a librry
> which is already available in Debian.
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