5 examples of 'subplot title' in Python

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402def setTitle(self, title=''):
403 """Set the title at the top of graph"""
404 self.title = title
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97def title(self, title, x=0.5, y=0.95, fontsize=14, **keywords):
98 pylab.figure(num=self.figure.number)
99 pylab.figtext(x, y, title, fontsize=fontsize, **keywords)
574def set_xaxis_title(self, xtitle):
575 """Set x-axis title"""
576 self.x_title = text_window(self, xtitle)
577 self.all_titles[1] = self.x_title
578 self.update()
466def subplot(self, axes, subfigure):
467 """
468 Draw a range-compare plot on an :class:`matplotlib.axes`
469 instance, with a logarithmic scale on the x-axis. Data and
470 labels are contained in a tuple. x-ticks presented as integer
471 values. A grid is added with a call to
472 :meth:`RangeFigure.addGrid`.
473
474 :param axes: :class:`matplotlib.axes` instance.
475 :param tuple subfigure: Holds the data and labels to be added
476 to the subplot.
477
478 """
479 xdata, y1, y2, y2max, y2min, xlabel, ylabel, title = subfigure
480
481 axes.semilogx(xdata, y1, color='r', lw=2, label="", subsx=xdata)
482 axes.semilogx(xdata, y2, color='k', lw=2, label="", subsx=xdata)
483 self.addRange(axes, xdata, y2min, y2max)
484 ylim = (0., np.max([100, np.ceil(y2.max()/10.)*10.]))
485 axes.set_ylim(ylim)
486
487 axes.set_xlabel(xlabel)
488 axes.set_ylabel(ylabel)
489 axes.set_title(title)
490 self.addGrid(axes)
104def setup_axis(X, Y, ax=None, fig=None, ylims=None):
105 """Setup axis, including timer for animation or snaps
106
107 Parameters
108 ----------
109 X :
110 space disctretization to get limits
111 Y :
112 solution to get limits
113 ax :
114 ax where to put everything, if None current axes are used (Default value = None)
115 fig :
116 fig where to put everything, if None current figure is used (Default value = None)
117 ylims :
118 custom ylims, if None y axis limits are calculated from Y (Default value = None)
119
120 Returns
121 -------
122 ax
123
124 fig
125
126 time_text
127 object to fill in text
128
129 """
130 if ax is None:
131 fig = plt.gcf()
132 ax = plt.gca()
133 if ylims is None:
134 lowery = nm.min(Y) - nm.min(Y) / 10
135 uppery = nm.max(Y) + nm.max(Y) / 10
136 else:
137 lowery = ylims[0]
138 uppery = ylims[1]
139 ax.set_ylim(lowery, uppery)
140 ax.set_xlim(X[0], X[-1])
141 time_text = ax.text(X[0] + nm.sign(X[0]) * X[0] / 10,
142 uppery - uppery / 10,
143 'empty', fontsize=15)
144 return ax, fig, time_text

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