Opened 8 years ago
Last modified 8 weeks ago
#14995 new enhancement
Control subticks in 2d plot
Reported by: | kcrisman | Owned by: | |
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Priority: | minor | Milestone: | sage-9.4 |
Component: | graphics | Keywords: | |
Cc: | kcrisman, slelievre | Merged in: | |
Authors: | Reviewers: | ||
Report Upstream: | N/A | Work issues: | |
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Description (last modified by )
In Ask Sage question 691, the very reasonable question of controlling subticks was asked. Meanwhile, Mark Edgington has implemented this!
Here is a description, from the Ask Sage question and answer, of the new functionality:
Here's an example which should achieve what was sought after by the questioner (except that minor ticks are smaller than major ticks, which may not have been desired):
var('x') p = plot(5*sin(x/10)*sin(x), (x, 0, 20*pi)) p.show(ticks=[[0, 5*pi, 10*pi, 15*pi, 20*pi], 5], minor_ticks=pi, tick_formatter="latex")If the
minor_ticks
option is not specified, then minor-tick behavior will follow previous Sage defaults. If the option is specified, then the following examples describe the behavior:
minor_ticks=None
, or=[None, None]
-- no minor ticks will appear on either x or y axesminor_ticks=3
-- minor ticks every 3 units on x axis; Sage defaults on y axisminor_ticks=[3, None]
-- minor ticks every 3 units on x axis; none on y axisminor_ticks=[3, [2, 7]]
-- minor ticks every 3 units on x axis; at 2 and 7 on y axis
This was made available, as based on Sage 5.10, on bitbucket.
A branch would be needed, with doctests. Some of the stuff on that branch is also for other issues like #8478.
The bitbucket repo is gone, but archived at Software Heritage.
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Not sure if this is really relevant for this specific ticket. The following code can be used to get some control about the appearance of the major or minor ticks:
import matplotlib from pylab import figure, show matplotlib.rcParams.update({'xtick.major.size':4}) #length matplotlib.rcParams.update({'ytick.major.size':4}) #length matplotlib.rcParams.update({'xtick.minor.size':2}) #length matplotlib.rcParams.update({'ytick.minor.size':0}) #length 0 = no minor ticks on y-axis matplotlib.rcParams.update({'lines.markeredgewidth':2}) #width of ticks matplotlib.rcParams.update({'lines.markersize':6}) #size of ticks
However, implementing fine grained control, may be beyond the scope of this ticket.
Currently (Sage 9.2) None
is used if the major ticks on an axis are NOT changed. If ticks should not be shown this is used: ticks=[[],[]])
Note that this is different from what is proposed in the description of this ticket for minor_ticks.
https://doc.sagemath.org/html/en/reference/plotting/sage/plot/graphics.html?highlight=tick
Updating ticket description with Software Heritage link.
Hoping this can be revived.