# dmcdougall/matplotlib forked from matplotlib/matplotlib

Make variable name more intuitive.

`Renamed *x* to *y*.`
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1. +12 −12 lib/matplotlib/mlab.py
 @@ -3183,21 +3183,21 @@ def quad2cubic(q0x, q0y, q1x, q1y, q2x, q2y): # c3x, c3y = q2x, q2y return q0x, q0y, c1x, c1y, c2x, c2y, q2x, q2y -def offset_line(x, xerr): +def offset_line(y, yerr): """ - Offsets an array *x* by +/- an error and returns a tuple (x - err, x + err). + Offsets an array *y* by +/- an error and returns a tuple (y - err, y + err). The error term can be: o A scalar. In this case, the returned tuple is obvious. - o A vector of the same length as *x*. The quantities x +/- err are computed + o A vector of the same length as *y*. The quantities y +/- err are computed component-wise. - o A tuple of length 2. In this case, xerr[0] is the error below *x* and - xerr[1] is error above *x*. - """ - if np.isscalar(xerr) or len(xerr) == len(x): - xmin = x - xerr - xmax = x + xerr - elif len(xerr) == 2: - xmin, xmax = x - xerr[0], x + xerr[1] - return xmin, xmax + o A tuple of length 2. In this case, yerr[0] is the error below *y* and + yerr[1] is error above *y*. + """ + if np.isscalar(yerr) or len(yerr) == len(y): + ymin = y - yerr + ymax = y + yerr + elif len(yerr) == 2: + ymin, ymax = y - yerr[0], y + yerr[1] + return ymin, ymax

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