[Matplotlib-users] REL: Matplotlib 3.1.0

Thomas Caswell tcaswell at gmail.com
Sat May 18 15:25:32 EDT 2019


We are happy to announce the release of Matplotlib 3.1!

Matplotlib 3.1 supports Python 3.6+.

Highlights of this release include:

 - A helper method for scatter legends
 - Secondary axis support (ex, degrees and radians)
 - A concise date formatter
 - No longer requires a framework build of Python to use OSX backend
 - Major and minor ticks will no longer collide by default
 - A progress callback for animations
 - mplot3D is always registered
 - deprecated mlab functions have been removed
 - Many function calls have become stricter about invalid or ignored input

For the full details see
- whats new: https://matplotlib.org/users/whats_new.html
- API changes: https://matplotlib.org/api/api_changes.html

A big thank you to everyone who worked on this release including the 151
people contributed code [1] and the many more who reported issues.

We are planning to have Matplotlib 3.2 released in September/October and
Matplotlib 2.2.5 (the final release of the 2.2.x LTS series) in December.


[1] https://matplotlib.org/users/github_stats.html

Thomas Caswell
tcaswell at gmail.com
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