ts.plot() pandas: No plot!

Paulo da Silva p_s_d_a_s_i_l_v_a_ns at netcabo.pt
Mon Feb 1 14:22:08 EST 2016


Às 14:18 de 01-02-2016, Jason Swails escreveu:
> On Sun, Jan 31, 2016 at 9:08 PM, Paulo da Silva <
> p_s_d_a_s_i_l_v_a_ns at netcabo.pt> wrote:
> 
>> Às 01:43 de 01-02-2016, Mark Lawrence escreveu:
>>> On 01/02/2016 00:46, Paulo da Silva wrote:
...

> 
> ​What you saw ts.plot() return was the matplotlib artists (the things that
> will be drawn on whatever "canvas" is provided -- either saved to an image
> or drawn to a GUI widget).  So whenever you see this kind of return value,
> you know you need to call the matplotlib.pyplot.show function in order to
> generate a canvas widget (with whatever backend you choose) and draw it.
> 
> If you want to do this kind of interactive plotting (reminiscent, I've
> heard, of Matlab), I would highly recommend checking out IPython.  You can
> use IPython's notebook or qtconsole and embed plots from matplotlib
> directly in the viewer.  For example, try this:
> 
> ipython qtconsole
> 
> This opens up a window, then use the magic command "%matplotlib inline" to
> have all plots sent directly to the ipython console you are typing commands
> in.  I've found that kind of workflow quite convenient for directly
> interacting with data.
Thank you Jason.
This can be very usefull.



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