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MatPlotLib.MatLab troubles (how to install/run matplotlib.PyLab?)On my home laptop computer, I'm trying to install the appropriate
modules so that Python version 2.3.3 and IDLE version 1.0.2 (with an "import matplotlib.matlab" statement) can produce nice MatLab-like plots. I have a matplotlib.matlab-capable Python set-up running OK on my office desktop, which I obtained after downloading and installing a few more modules (numarray and numeric, I think). Now I get the following message about matplotlib.matlab being deprecated: ------------- matplotlib.matlab deprecated, please import matplotlib.pylab or simply pylab instead. See http://matplotlib.sf.net/matplotlib_to_pylab.py for a script which explains this change and will automatically convert your python scripts that use matplotlib.matlab. This change was made because we were concerned about trademark infringement on The Mathwork's trademark of matlab. --------------- Unfortunately, the above URL does not exist. Thanks for suggestions, any help you can offer. |

Re: MatPlotLib.MatLab troubles (how to install/runmatplotlib.PyLab?)>>>>> "Colombes" == Colombes <DrColombes@yahoo.com> writes:
Colombes> matplotlib.matlab deprecated, please import Colombes> matplotlib.pylab or simply pylab instead. See Colombes> http://matplotlib.sf.net/matplotlib_to_pylab.py for a Colombes> script which explains this change and will automatically Colombes> convert your python scripts that use matplotlib.matlab. Colombes> This change was made because we were concerned about Colombes> trademark infringement on The Mathwork's trademark of Colombes> matlab. Colombes> Unfortunately, the above URL does not exist. Oops -- that should be http://matplotlib.sourceforge.net/matlab_to_pylab.py In a nutshell, wherever you previously imported matplotlib.matlab you can import matplotlib.pylab or equivalently, simply pylab OLD: from matplotlib.matlab import plot NEW: from pylab import plot The script linked above will recursively search and replace these strings for you in your scripts directory. JDH |

Re: MatPlotLib.MatLab troubles (how to install/run matplotlib.PyLab?)John Hunter wrote: > >>>>> "Colombes" == Colombes <DrColombes@yahoo.com> writes: > > Colombes> matplotlib.matlab deprecated, please import > Colombes> matplotlib.pylab or simply pylab instead. See > Colombes> http://matplotlib.sf.net/matplotlib_to_pylab.py for a > Colombes> script which explains this change and will automatically > Colombes> convert your python scripts that use matplotlib.matlab. > Colombes> This change was made because we were concerned about > Colombes> trademark infringement on The Mathwork's trademark of > Colombes> matlab. > > Colombes> Unfortunately, the above URL does not exist. > > Oops -- that should be > http://matplotlib.sourceforge.net/matlab_to_pylab.py > > In a nutshell, wherever you previously imported matplotlib.matlab you > can import matplotlib.pylab or equivalently, simply pylab > > OLD: > from matplotlib.matlab import plot > > NEW: > from pylab import plot > > The script linked above will recursively search and replace these > strings for you in your scripts directory. > > JDH John: Thanks for the help with the MatLab --> PyLab conversion. Now I only need to figure out how to install the correct "Numeric" module(s). I'm making progress, almost have my home laptop fully capable with the MatLab-like (PyLab) graphs, plots. |

Re: MatPlotLib.MatLab troubles (how to install/runmatplotlib.PyLab?)>>>>> "Colombes" == Colombes <DrColombes@yahoo.com> writes:
Colombes> Now I only need to figure out how to install the Colombes> correct "Numeric" module(s). I'm making progress, Colombes> almost have my home laptop fully capable with the Colombes> MatLab-like (PyLab) graphs, plots. You can get either Numeric or numarray from http://sourceforge.net/projects/numpy. matplotlib works transparently with either (and provides a unified interface to both), but if you choose numarray you need to change the "numerix" variable to numarray in your matplotlib configuration file, which is described at http://matplotlib.sf.net/.matplotlibrc Good luck! JDH |

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