Python matplotlib.patheffects() Examples

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Example 1
Project: dynamo-release   Author: aristoteleo   File: utils.py    License: BSD 3-Clause "New" or "Revised" License 5 votes vote down vote up
def scatter_with_legend(
        fig, ax, df, font_color, x, y, c, cmap, legend, **scatter_kwargs
):
    import seaborn as sns
    import matplotlib.patheffects as PathEffects

    unique_labels = np.unique(c)

    if legend == "on data":
        g = sns.scatterplot(
            x, y, hue=c, palette=cmap, ax=ax, legend=False, **scatter_kwargs
        )

        for i in unique_labels:
            color_cnt = np.nanmedian(df.iloc[np.where(c == i)[0], :2], 0)
            txt = ax.text(
                color_cnt[0],
                color_cnt[1],
                str(i),
                color=font_color,
                zorder=1000,
                verticalalignment="center",
                horizontalalignment="center",
                weight="bold",
            )  # c
            txt.set_path_effects(
                [
                    PathEffects.Stroke(
                        linewidth=1.5, foreground=font_color, alpha=0.8
                    ),  # 'w'
                    PathEffects.Normal(),
                ]
            )
    else:
        g = sns.scatterplot(
            x, y, hue=c, palette=cmap, ax=ax, legend="full", **scatter_kwargs
        )
        ax.legend(loc=legend, ncol=unique_labels // 15)

    return fig, ax