Python matplotlib.projections() Examples
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|Project: python3_ios Author: holzschu File: custom_projection.py License: BSD 3-Clause "New" or "Revised" License||6 votes|
def set_longitude_grid_ends(self, degrees): """ Set the latitude(s) at which to stop drawing the longitude grids. Often, in geographic projections, you wouldn't want to draw longitude gridlines near the poles. This allows the user to specify the degree at which to stop drawing longitude grids. This is an example method that is specific to this projection class -- it provides an interface to something that has no analogy in the base Axes class. """ self._longitude_cap = np.deg2rad(degrees) self._xaxis_pretransform \ .clear() \ .scale(1.0, self._longitude_cap * 2.0) \ .translate(0.0, -self._longitude_cap)
|Project: python3_ios Author: holzschu File: custom_projection.py License: BSD 3-Clause "New" or "Revised" License||5 votes|
def set_xlim(self, *args, **kwargs): raise TypeError("It is not possible to change axes limits " "for geographic projections. Please consider " "using Basemap or Cartopy.")