Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #4529, comment 48


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05/28/12 21:38:09 (9 years ago)
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  • Ticket #4529, comment 48

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    2222  which uses decimal formatting, but of course that only makes sense for integer bases.   I feel like this is a bug in mpl; what do you think?  Anyway, I am hesitant to patch our matplotlib just for this use case, though it should be a new ticket, I think.  The same thing happens with `base=3/2`, unsurprisingly.
    23 * `base=e` should be possible, but hacking around the fact that matplotlib won't accept this maybe makes it not worth it, and in any case I don't know that "real-life" people often use that for semilog plots.  Just pointing it out.
     23* This also bites your example with `base=float(e)` - did you look at the picture?  Plain old `base=e` should be possible, but hacking around the fact that matplotlib won't accept this maybe makes it not worth it, and in any case I don't know that "real-life" people often use that for semilog plots.  Just pointing it out.
    2424* Here is a fun horrible example that you probably were thinking of with adding plots - maybe we should find a check for this.
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