How to use 'matplotlib dpi' in Python

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56def get_dpi(self, size_cm):
57 w_cm, h_cm = size_cm
58 w_inch, h_inch = w_cm/inch, h_cm/inch
59 if self.dpi:
60 return self.dpi
61 elif self.size_pixels is not None:
62 return min(self.size_pixels/w_inch, self.size_pixels/h_inch)
63 elif self.width_pixels is not None:
64 return self.width_pixels/w_inch
65 elif self.height_pixels is not None:
66 return self.height_pixels/h_inch
67 else:
68 return 100.0
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