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"""
This is an object-oriented plotting library.
A procedural interface is provided by the companion pyplot module,
which may be imported directly, e.g.::
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
or using ipython::
ipython
at your terminal, followed by::
In [1]: %matplotlib
In [2]: import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
at the ipython shell prompt.
For the most part, direct use of the object-oriented library is
encouraged when programming; pyplot is primarily for working
interactively. The
exceptions are the pyplot commands :func:`~matplotlib.pyplot.figure`,
:func:`~matplotlib.pyplot.subplot`,
:func:`~matplotlib.pyplot.subplots`, and
:func:`~pyplot.savefig`, which can greatly simplify scripting.
Modules include:
:mod:`matplotlib.axes`
defines the :class:`~matplotlib.axes.Axes` class. Most pyplot
commands are wrappers for :class:`~matplotlib.axes.Axes`
methods. The axes module is the highest level of OO access to
the library.
:mod:`matplotlib.figure`
defines the :class:`~matplotlib.figure.Figure` class.
:mod:`matplotlib.artist`
defines the :class:`~matplotlib.artist.Artist` base class for
all classes that draw things.
:mod:`matplotlib.lines`
defines the :class:`~matplotlib.lines.Line2D` class for
drawing lines and markers
:mod:`matplotlib.patches`
defines classes for drawing polygons
:mod:`matplotlib.text`
defines the :class:`~matplotlib.text.Text`,
:class:`~matplotlib.text.TextWithDash`, and
:class:`~matplotlib.text.Annotate` classes
:mod:`matplotlib.image`
defines the :class:`~matplotlib.image.AxesImage` and
:class:`~matplotlib.image.FigureImage` classes
:mod:`matplotlib.collections`
classes for efficient drawing of groups of lines or polygons
:mod:`matplotlib.colors`
classes for interpreting color specifications and for making
colormaps
:mod:`matplotlib.cm`
colormaps and the :class:`~matplotlib.image.ScalarMappable`
mixin class for providing color mapping functionality to other
classes
:mod:`matplotlib.ticker`
classes for calculating tick mark locations and for formatting
tick labels
:mod:`matplotlib.backends`
a subpackage with modules for various gui libraries and output
formats
The base matplotlib namespace includes:
:data:`~matplotlib.rcParams`
a global dictionary of default configuration settings. It is
initialized by code which may be overridden by a matplotlibrc
file.
:func:`~matplotlib.rc`
a function for setting groups of rcParams values
:func:`~matplotlib.use`
a function for setting the matplotlib backend. If used, this
function must be called immediately after importing matplotlib
for the first time. In particular, it must be called
**before** importing pyplot (if pyplot is imported).
matplotlib was initially written by John D. Hunter (1968-2012) and is now
developed and maintained by a host of others.
Occasionally the internal documentation (python docstrings) will refer
to MATLAB®, a registered trademark of The MathWorks, Inc.
"""
# NOTE: This file must remain Python 2 compatible for the foreseeable future,
# to ensure that we error out properly for existing editable installs.
import sys
if sys.version_info < (3, 5): # noqa: E402
raise ImportError("""
Matplotlib 3.0+ does not support Python 2.x, 3.0, 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, or 3.4.
Beginning with Matplotlib 3.0, Python 3.5 and above is required.
See Matplotlib `INSTALL.rst` file for more information:
https://github.com/matplotlib/matplotlib/blob/master/INSTALL.rst
""")
import atexit
from collections import MutableMapping
import contextlib
import distutils.version
import functools
import io
import importlib
import inspect
from inspect import Parameter
import itertools
import locale
import logging
import os
from pathlib import Path
import re
import shutil
import stat
import subprocess
import tempfile
import urllib.request
import warnings
# cbook must import matplotlib only within function
# definitions, so it is safe to import from it here.
from . import cbook
from matplotlib.cbook import (
mplDeprecation, dedent, get_label, sanitize_sequence)
from matplotlib.rcsetup import defaultParams, validate_backend, cycler
import numpy
# Get the version from the _version.py versioneer file. For a git checkout,
# this is computed based on the number of commits since the last tag.
from ._version import get_versions
__version__ = str(get_versions()['version'])
del get_versions
_log = logging.getLogger(__name__)
__version__numpy__ = '1.10.0' # minimum required numpy version
__bibtex__ = r"""@Article{Hunter:2007,
Author = {Hunter, J. D.},
Title = {Matplotlib: A 2D graphics environment},
Journal = {Computing In Science \& Engineering},
Volume = {9},
Number = {3},
Pages = {90--95},
abstract = {Matplotlib is a 2D graphics package used for Python
for application development, interactive scripting, and
publication-quality image generation across user
interfaces and operating systems.},
publisher = {IEEE COMPUTER SOC},
year = 2007
}"""
def compare_versions(a, b):
"return True if a is greater than or equal to b"
if isinstance(a, bytes):
cbook.warn_deprecated(
"3.0", "compare_version arguments should be strs.")
a = a.decode('ascii')
if isinstance(b, bytes):
cbook.warn_deprecated(
"3.0", "compare_version arguments should be strs.")
b = b.decode('ascii')
if a:
a = distutils.version.LooseVersion(a)
b = distutils.version.LooseVersion(b)
return a >= b
else:
return False
try:
import dateutil
except ImportError:
raise ImportError("Matplotlib requires dateutil")
try:
import pyparsing
except ImportError:
raise ImportError("Matplotlib requires pyparsing")
else:
if not compare_versions(pyparsing.__version__, '2.0.1'):
raise ImportError(
"Matplotlib requires pyparsing>=2.0.1; you have %s"
% pyparsing.__version__)
if not compare_versions(numpy.__version__, __version__numpy__):
raise ImportError(
"Matplotlib requires numpy>=%s; you have %s" % (
__version__numpy__, numpy.__version__))
if not hasattr(sys, 'argv'): # for modpython
sys.argv = ['modpython']
def _is_writable_dir(p):
"""
p is a string pointing to a putative writable dir -- return True p
is such a string, else False
"""
return os.access(p, os.W_OK) and os.path.isdir(p)
_verbose_msg = """\
matplotlib.verbose is deprecated;
Command line argument --verbose-LEVEL is deprecated.
This functionality is now provided by the standard
python logging library. To get more (or less) logging output:
import logging
logger = logging.getLogger('matplotlib')
logger.set_level(logging.INFO)"""
def _set_logger_verbose_level(level_str='silent', file_str='sys.stdout'):
"""
Use a --verbose-LEVEL level to set the logging level:
"""
levelmap = {'silent': logging.WARNING, 'helpful': logging.INFO,
'debug': logging.DEBUG, 'debug-annoying': logging.DEBUG,
'info': logging.INFO, 'warning': logging.WARNING}
# Check that current state of logger isn't already more verbose
# than the requested level. If it is more verbose, then leave more
# verbose.
newlev = levelmap[level_str]
oldlev = _log.getEffectiveLevel()
if newlev < oldlev:
_log.setLevel(newlev)
std = {
'sys.stdout': sys.stdout,
'sys.stderr': sys.stderr,
}
if file_str in std:
fileo = std[file_str]
else:
fileo = sys.stdout
try:
fileo = open(file_str, 'w')
# if this fails, we will just write to stdout
except IOError:
warnings.warn('could not open log file "{0}"'
'for writing. Check your '
'matplotlibrc'.format(file_str))
console = logging.StreamHandler(fileo)
console.setLevel(newlev)
_log.addHandler(console)
def _parse_commandline():
"""
Check for --verbose-LEVEL type command line arguments and
set logging level appropriately.
"""
levels = ('silent', 'helpful', 'debug', 'debug-annoying',
'info', 'warning')
for arg in sys.argv[1:]:
if arg.startswith('--verbose-'):
level_str = arg[10:]
# If it doesn't match one of ours, then don't even
# bother noting it, we are just a 3rd-party library
# to somebody else's script.
if level_str in levels:
_set_logger_verbose_level(level_str)
_parse_commandline()
class Verbose(object):
"""
A class to handle reporting. Set the fileo attribute to any file
instance to handle the output. Default is sys.stdout
"""
levels = ('silent', 'helpful', 'debug', 'debug-annoying')
vald = {level: i for i, level in enumerate(levels)}
# parse the verbosity from the command line; flags look like
# --verbose-silent or --verbose-helpful
_commandLineVerbose = None
for arg in sys.argv[1:]:
if not arg.startswith('--verbose-'):
continue
level_str = arg[10:]
# If it doesn't match one of ours, then don't even
# bother noting it, we are just a 3rd-party library
# to somebody else's script.
if level_str in levels:
_commandLineVerbose = level_str
@cbook.deprecated("2.2", message=_verbose_msg)
def __init__(self):
self.set_level('silent')
self.fileo = sys.stdout
@cbook.deprecated("2.2", message=_verbose_msg)
def set_level(self, level):
'set the verbosity to one of the Verbose.levels strings'
if self._commandLineVerbose is not None:
level = self._commandLineVerbose
if level not in self.levels:
warnings.warn('matplotlib: unrecognized --verbose-* string "%s".'
' Legal values are %s' % (level, self.levels))
else:
self.level = level
@cbook.deprecated("2.2", message=_verbose_msg)
def set_fileo(self, fname):
std = {
'sys.stdout': sys.stdout,
'sys.stderr': sys.stderr,
}
if fname in std:
self.fileo = std[fname]
else:
try:
fileo = open(fname, 'w')
except IOError:
raise ValueError('Verbose object could not open log file "{0}"'
' for writing.\nCheck your matplotlibrc '
'verbose.fileo setting'.format(fname))
else:
self.fileo = fileo
@cbook.deprecated("2.2", message=_verbose_msg)
def report(self, s, level='helpful'):
"""
print message s to self.fileo if self.level>=level. Return
value indicates whether a message was issued
"""
if self.ge(level):
print(s, file=self.fileo)
return True
return False
@cbook.deprecated("2.2", message=_verbose_msg)
def wrap(self, fmt, func, level='helpful', always=True):
"""
return a callable function that wraps func and reports it
output through the verbose handler if current verbosity level
is higher than level
if always is True, the report will occur on every function
call; otherwise only on the first time the function is called
"""
assert callable(func)
def wrapper(*args, **kwargs):
ret = func(*args, **kwargs)
if (always or not wrapper._spoke):
spoke = self.report(fmt % ret, level)
if not wrapper._spoke:
wrapper._spoke = spoke
return ret
wrapper._spoke = False
wrapper.__doc__ = func.__doc__
return wrapper
@cbook.deprecated("2.2", message=_verbose_msg)
def ge(self, level):
'return true if self.level is >= level'
return self.vald[self.level] >= self.vald[level]
with warnings.catch_warnings():
warnings.simplefilter("ignore")
verbose = Verbose()
def _wrap(fmt, func, level=logging.DEBUG, always=True):
"""
return a callable function that wraps func and reports its
output through logger
if always is True, the report will occur on every function
call; otherwise only on the first time the function is called
"""
assert callable(func)
def wrapper(*args, **kwargs):
ret = func(*args, **kwargs)
if (always or not wrapper._spoke):
_log.log(level, fmt % ret)
spoke = True
if not wrapper._spoke:
wrapper._spoke = spoke
return ret
wrapper._spoke = False
wrapper.__doc__ = func.__doc__
return wrapper
def checkdep_dvipng():
try:
s = subprocess.Popen(['dvipng', '-version'],
stdout=subprocess.PIPE,
stderr=subprocess.PIPE)
stdout, stderr = s.communicate()
line = stdout.decode('ascii').split('\n')[1]
v = line.split()[-1]
return v
except (IndexError, ValueError, OSError):
return None
def checkdep_ghostscript():
if checkdep_ghostscript.executable is None:
if sys.platform == 'win32':
# mgs is the name in miktex
gs_execs = ['gswin32c', 'gswin64c', 'mgs', 'gs']
else:
gs_execs = ['gs']
for gs_exec in gs_execs:
try:
s = subprocess.Popen(
[gs_exec, '--version'], stdout=subprocess.PIPE,
stderr=subprocess.PIPE)
stdout, stderr = s.communicate()
if s.returncode == 0:
v = stdout[:-1].decode('ascii')
checkdep_ghostscript.executable = gs_exec
checkdep_ghostscript.version = v
except (IndexError, ValueError, OSError):
pass
return checkdep_ghostscript.executable, checkdep_ghostscript.version
checkdep_ghostscript.executable = None
checkdep_ghostscript.version = None
def checkdep_pdftops():
try:
s = subprocess.Popen(['pdftops', '-v'], stdout=subprocess.PIPE,
stderr=subprocess.PIPE)
stdout, stderr = s.communicate()
lines = stderr.decode('ascii').split('\n')
for line in lines:
if 'version' in line:
v = line.split()[-1]
return v
except (IndexError, ValueError, UnboundLocalError, OSError):
return None
def checkdep_inkscape():
if checkdep_inkscape.version is None:
try:
s = subprocess.Popen(['inkscape', '-V'],
stdout=subprocess.PIPE,
stderr=subprocess.PIPE)
stdout, stderr = s.communicate()
lines = stdout.decode('ascii').split('\n')
for line in lines:
if 'Inkscape' in line:
v = line.split()[1]
break
checkdep_inkscape.version = v
except (IndexError, ValueError, UnboundLocalError, OSError):
pass
return checkdep_inkscape.version
checkdep_inkscape.version = None
def checkdep_ps_distiller(s):
if not s:
return False
flag = True
gs_req = '8.60'
gs_exec, gs_v = checkdep_ghostscript()
if not compare_versions(gs_v, gs_req):
flag = False
warnings.warn(('matplotlibrc ps.usedistiller option can not be used '
'unless ghostscript-%s or later is installed on your '
'system') % gs_req)
if s == 'xpdf':
pdftops_req = '3.0'
pdftops_req_alt = '0.9' # poppler version numbers, ugh
pdftops_v = checkdep_pdftops()
if compare_versions(pdftops_v, pdftops_req):
pass
elif (compare_versions(pdftops_v, pdftops_req_alt) and not
compare_versions(pdftops_v, '1.0')):
pass
else:
flag = False
warnings.warn(('matplotlibrc ps.usedistiller can not be set to '
'xpdf unless xpdf-%s or later is installed on '
'your system') % pdftops_req)
if flag:
return s
else:
return False
def checkdep_usetex(s):
if not s:
return False
gs_req = '8.60'
dvipng_req = '1.6'
flag = True
if shutil.which("tex") is None:
flag = False
warnings.warn('matplotlibrc text.usetex option can not be used unless '
'TeX is installed on your system')
dvipng_v = checkdep_dvipng()
if not compare_versions(dvipng_v, dvipng_req):
flag = False
warnings.warn('matplotlibrc text.usetex can not be used with *Agg '
'backend unless dvipng-%s or later is installed on '
'your system' % dvipng_req)
gs_exec, gs_v = checkdep_ghostscript()
if not compare_versions(gs_v, gs_req):
flag = False
warnings.warn('matplotlibrc text.usetex can not be used unless '
'ghostscript-%s or later is installed on your system'
% gs_req)
return flag
def _get_home():
"""Find user's home directory if possible.
Otherwise, returns None.
:see:
http://mail.python.org/pipermail/python-list/2005-February/325395.html
"""
path = os.path.expanduser("~")
if os.path.isdir(path):
return path
for evar in ('HOME', 'USERPROFILE', 'TMP'):
path = os.environ.get(evar)
if path is not None and os.path.isdir(path):
return path
return None
def _create_tmp_config_dir():
"""
If the config directory can not be created, create a temporary
directory.
"""
configdir = os.environ['MPLCONFIGDIR'] = (
tempfile.mkdtemp(prefix='matplotlib-'))
atexit.register(shutil.rmtree, configdir)
return configdir
get_home = _wrap('$HOME=%s', _get_home, always=False)
def _get_xdg_config_dir():
"""
Returns the XDG configuration directory, according to the `XDG
base directory spec
<http://standards.freedesktop.org/basedir-spec/basedir-spec-latest.html>`_.
"""
path = os.environ.get('XDG_CONFIG_HOME')
if path is None:
path = get_home()
if path is not None:
path = os.path.join(path, '.config')
return path
def _get_xdg_cache_dir():
"""
Returns the XDG cache directory, according to the `XDG
base directory spec
<http://standards.freedesktop.org/basedir-spec/basedir-spec-latest.html>`_.
"""
path = os.environ.get('XDG_CACHE_HOME')
if path is None:
path = get_home()
if path is not None:
path = os.path.join(path, '.cache')
return path
def _get_config_or_cache_dir(xdg_base):
configdir = os.environ.get('MPLCONFIGDIR')
if configdir is not None:
configdir = os.path.abspath(configdir)
Path(configdir).mkdir(parents=True, exist_ok=True)
if not _is_writable_dir(configdir):
return _create_tmp_config_dir()
return configdir
p = None
h = get_home()
if h is not None:
p = os.path.join(h, '.matplotlib')
if sys.platform.startswith(('linux', 'freebsd')):
p = None
if xdg_base is not None:
p = os.path.join(xdg_base, 'matplotlib')
if p is not None:
if os.path.exists(p):
if _is_writable_dir(p):
return p
else:
try:
Path(p).mkdir(parents=True, exist_ok=True)
except OSError:
pass
else:
return p
return _create_tmp_config_dir()
def _get_configdir():
"""
Return the string representing the configuration directory.
The directory is chosen as follows:
1. If the MPLCONFIGDIR environment variable is supplied, choose that.
2a. On Linux, follow the XDG specification and look first in
`$XDG_CONFIG_HOME`, if defined, or `$HOME/.config`.
2b. On other platforms, choose `$HOME/.matplotlib`.
3. If the chosen directory exists and is writable, use that as the
configuration directory.
4. If possible, create a temporary directory, and use it as the
configuration directory.
5. A writable directory could not be found or created; return None.
"""
return _get_config_or_cache_dir(_get_xdg_config_dir())
get_configdir = _wrap('CONFIGDIR=%s', _get_configdir, always=False)
def _get_cachedir():
"""
Return the location of the cache directory.
The procedure used to find the directory is the same as for
_get_config_dir, except using `$XDG_CACHE_HOME`/`~/.cache` instead.
"""
return _get_config_or_cache_dir(_get_xdg_cache_dir())
get_cachedir = _wrap('CACHEDIR=%s', _get_cachedir, always=False)
def _decode_filesystem_path(path):
if not isinstance(path, str):
return path.decode(sys.getfilesystemencoding())
else:
return path
def _get_data_path():
'get the path to matplotlib data'
if 'MATPLOTLIBDATA' in os.environ:
path = os.environ['MATPLOTLIBDATA']
if not os.path.isdir(path):
raise RuntimeError('Path in environment MATPLOTLIBDATA not a '
'directory')
return path
_file = _decode_filesystem_path(__file__)
path = os.sep.join([os.path.dirname(_file), 'mpl-data'])
if os.path.isdir(path):
return path
# setuptools' namespace_packages may highjack this init file
# so need to try something known to be in matplotlib, not basemap
import matplotlib.afm
_file = _decode_filesystem_path(matplotlib.afm.__file__)
path = os.sep.join([os.path.dirname(_file), 'mpl-data'])
if os.path.isdir(path):
return path
# py2exe zips pure python, so still need special check
if getattr(sys, 'frozen', None):
exe_path = os.path.dirname(_decode_filesystem_path(sys.executable))
path = os.path.join(exe_path, 'mpl-data')
if os.path.isdir(path):
return path
# Try again assuming we need to step up one more directory
path = os.path.join(os.path.split(exe_path)[0], 'mpl-data')
if os.path.isdir(path):
return path
# Try again assuming sys.path[0] is a dir not a exe
path = os.path.join(sys.path[0], 'mpl-data')
if os.path.isdir(path):
return path
raise RuntimeError('Could not find the matplotlib data files')
def _get_data_path_cached():
if defaultParams['datapath'][0] is None:
defaultParams['datapath'][0] = _get_data_path()
return defaultParams['datapath'][0]
get_data_path = _wrap('matplotlib data path %s', _get_data_path_cached,
always=False)
def get_py2exe_datafiles():
data_path = Path(get_data_path())
d = {}
for path in filter(Path.is_file, data_path.glob("**/*")):
(d.setdefault(str(path.parent.relative_to(data_path.parent)), [])
.append(str(path)))
return list(d.items())
def matplotlib_fname():
"""
Get the location of the config file.
The file location is determined in the following order
- `$PWD/matplotlibrc`
- `$MATPLOTLIBRC` if it is a file (or a named pipe, which can be created
e.g. by process substitution)
- `$MATPLOTLIBRC/matplotlibrc`
- `$MPLCONFIGDIR/matplotlibrc`
- On Linux,
- `$XDG_CONFIG_HOME/matplotlib/matplotlibrc` (if
$XDG_CONFIG_HOME is defined)
- or `$HOME/.config/matplotlib/matplotlibrc` (if
$XDG_CONFIG_HOME is not defined)
- On other platforms,
- `$HOME/.matplotlib/matplotlibrc` if `$HOME` is defined.
- Lastly, it looks in `$MATPLOTLIBDATA/matplotlibrc` for a
system-defined copy.
"""
def gen_candidates():
yield os.path.join(os.getcwd(), 'matplotlibrc')
try:
matplotlibrc = os.environ['MATPLOTLIBRC']
except KeyError:
pass
else:
yield matplotlibrc
yield os.path.join(matplotlibrc, 'matplotlibrc')
yield os.path.join(_get_configdir(), 'matplotlibrc')
yield os.path.join(get_data_path(), 'matplotlibrc')
for fname in gen_candidates():
if os.path.exists(fname):
st_mode = os.stat(fname).st_mode
if stat.S_ISREG(st_mode) or stat.S_ISFIFO(st_mode):
break
# Return first candidate that is a file, or last candidate if none is
# valid (in that case, a warning is raised at startup by `rc_params`).
return fname
# names of keys to deprecate
# the values are a tuple of (new_name, f_old_2_new, f_new_2_old)
# the inverse function may be `None`
_deprecated_map = {}
_deprecated_ignore_map = {'nbagg.transparent': 'figure.facecolor'}
_obsolete_set = {'pgf.debug', 'plugins.directory', 'text.dvipnghack'}
# The following may use a value of None to suppress the warning.
# do NOT include in _all_deprecated
_deprecated_set = {'axes.hold',
'backend.qt4',
'backend.qt5'}
_all_deprecated = set(itertools.chain(
_deprecated_ignore_map, _deprecated_map, _obsolete_set))
class RcParams(MutableMapping, dict):
"""
A dictionary object including validation
validating functions are defined and associated with rc parameters in
:mod:`matplotlib.rcsetup`
"""
validate = {key: converter
for key, (default, converter) in defaultParams.items()
if key not in _all_deprecated}
msg_depr = "%s is deprecated and replaced with %s; please use the latter."
msg_depr_set = ("%s is deprecated. Please remove it from your "
"matplotlibrc and/or style files.")
msg_depr_ignore = "%s is deprecated and ignored. Use %s instead."
msg_obsolete = ("%s is obsolete. Please remove it from your matplotlibrc "
"and/or style files.")
msg_backend_obsolete = ("The {} rcParam was deprecated in version 2.2. In"
" order to force the use of a specific Qt binding,"
" either import that binding first, or set the "
"QT_API environment variable.")
# validate values on the way in
def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs):
self.update(*args, **kwargs)
def __setitem__(self, key, val):
try:
if key in _deprecated_map:
alt_key, alt_val, inverse_alt = _deprecated_map[key]
warnings.warn(self.msg_depr % (key, alt_key),
mplDeprecation)
key = alt_key
val = alt_val(val)
elif key in _deprecated_set and val is not None:
if key.startswith('backend'):
warnings.warn(self.msg_backend_obsolete.format(key),
mplDeprecation)
else:
warnings.warn(self.msg_depr_set % key,
mplDeprecation)
elif key in _deprecated_ignore_map:
alt = _deprecated_ignore_map[key]
warnings.warn(self.msg_depr_ignore % (key, alt),
mplDeprecation)
return
elif key in _obsolete_set:
warnings.warn(self.msg_obsolete % (key, ),
mplDeprecation)
return
try:
cval = self.validate[key](val)
except ValueError as ve:
raise ValueError("Key %s: %s" % (key, str(ve)))
dict.__setitem__(self, key, cval)
except KeyError:
raise KeyError(
'%s is not a valid rc parameter. See rcParams.keys() for a '
'list of valid parameters.' % (key,))
def __getitem__(self, key):
inverse_alt = None
if key in _deprecated_map:
alt_key, alt_val, inverse_alt = _deprecated_map[key]
warnings.warn(self.msg_depr % (key, alt_key),
mplDeprecation)
key = alt_key
elif key in _deprecated_ignore_map:
alt = _deprecated_ignore_map[key]
warnings.warn(self.msg_depr_ignore % (key, alt),
mplDeprecation)
key = alt
elif key in _obsolete_set:
warnings.warn(self.msg_obsolete % (key, ),
mplDeprecation)
return None
val = dict.__getitem__(self, key)
if inverse_alt is not None:
return inverse_alt(val)
else:
return val
def __repr__(self):
import pprint
class_name = self.__class__.__name__
indent = len(class_name) + 1
repr_split = pprint.pformat(dict(self), indent=1,
width=80 - indent).split('\n')
repr_indented = ('\n' + ' ' * indent).join(repr_split)
return '{0}({1})'.format(class_name, repr_indented)
def __str__(self):
return '\n'.join('{0}: {1}'.format(k, v)
for k, v in sorted(self.items()))
def __iter__(self):
"""Yield sorted list of keys."""
yield from sorted(dict.__iter__(self))
def find_all(self, pattern):
"""
Return the subset of this RcParams dictionary whose keys match,
using :func:`re.search`, the given ``pattern``.
.. note::
Changes to the returned dictionary are *not* propagated to
the parent RcParams dictionary.
"""
pattern_re = re.compile(pattern)
return RcParams((key, value)
for key, value in self.items()
if pattern_re.search(key))
def rc_params(fail_on_error=False):
"""Return a :class:`matplotlib.RcParams` instance from the
default matplotlib rc file.
"""
fname = matplotlib_fname()
if not os.path.exists(fname):
# this should never happen, default in mpl-data should always be found
message = 'could not find rc file; returning defaults'
ret = RcParams([(key, default) for key, (default, _) in
defaultParams.items()
if key not in _all_deprecated])
warnings.warn(message)
return ret
return rc_params_from_file(fname, fail_on_error)
URL_REGEX = re.compile(r'http://|https://|ftp://|file://|file:\\')
def is_url(filename):
"""Return True if string is an http, ftp, or file URL path."""
return URL_REGEX.match(filename) is not None
@contextlib.contextmanager
def _open_file_or_url(fname):
if is_url(fname):
with urllib.request.urlopen(fname) as f:
yield (line.decode('utf-8') for line in f)
else:
fname = os.path.expanduser(fname)
encoding = locale.getpreferredencoding(do_setlocale=False)
if encoding is None:
encoding = "utf-8"
with open(fname, encoding=encoding) as f:
yield f
_error_details_fmt = 'line #%d\n\t"%s"\n\tin file "%s"'
def _rc_params_in_file(fname, fail_on_error=False):
"""Return :class:`matplotlib.RcParams` from the contents of the given file.
Unlike `rc_params_from_file`, the configuration class only contains the
parameters specified in the file (i.e. default values are not filled in).
"""
cnt = 0
rc_temp = {}
with _open_file_or_url(fname) as fd:
try:
for line in fd:
cnt += 1
strippedline = line.split('#', 1)[0].strip()
if not strippedline:
continue
tup = strippedline.split(':', 1)
if len(tup) != 2:
error_details = _error_details_fmt % (cnt, line, fname)
warnings.warn('Illegal %s' % error_details)
continue
key, val = tup
key = key.strip()
val = val.strip()
if key in rc_temp:
warnings.warn('Duplicate key in file "%s", line #%d' %
(fname, cnt))
rc_temp[key] = (val, line, cnt)
except UnicodeDecodeError:
warnings.warn(
('Cannot decode configuration file %s with '
'encoding %s, check LANG and LC_* variables')
% (fname, locale.getpreferredencoding(do_setlocale=False) or
'utf-8 (default)'))
raise
config = RcParams()
for key in ('verbose.level', 'verbose.fileo'):
if key in rc_temp:
val, line, cnt = rc_temp.pop(key)
if fail_on_error:
config[key] = val # try to convert to proper type or raise
else:
try:
config[key] = val # try to convert to proper type or skip
except Exception as msg:
error_details = _error_details_fmt % (cnt, line, fname)
warnings.warn('Bad val "%s" on %s\n\t%s' %
(val, error_details, msg))
for key, (val, line, cnt) in rc_temp.items():
if key in defaultParams:
if fail_on_error:
config[key] = val # try to convert to proper type or raise
else:
try:
config[key] = val # try to convert to proper type or skip
except Exception as msg:
error_details = _error_details_fmt % (cnt, line, fname)
warnings.warn('Bad val "%s" on %s\n\t%s' %
(val, error_details, msg))
elif key in _deprecated_ignore_map:
warnings.warn('%s is deprecated. Update your matplotlibrc to use '
'%s instead.' % (key, _deprecated_ignore_map[key]),
mplDeprecation)
else:
print("""
Bad key "%s" on line %d in
%s.
You probably need to get an updated matplotlibrc file from
http://github.com/matplotlib/matplotlib/blob/master/matplotlibrc.template
or from the matplotlib source distribution""" % (key, cnt, fname),
file=sys.stderr)
return config
def rc_params_from_file(fname, fail_on_error=False, use_default_template=True):
"""Return :class:`matplotlib.RcParams` from the contents of the given file.
Parameters
----------
fname : str
Name of file parsed for matplotlib settings.
fail_on_error : bool
If True, raise an error when the parser fails to convert a parameter.
use_default_template : bool
If True, initialize with default parameters before updating with those
in the given file. If False, the configuration class only contains the
parameters specified in the file. (Useful for updating dicts.)
"""
config_from_file = _rc_params_in_file(fname, fail_on_error)
if not use_default_template:
return config_from_file
iter_params = defaultParams.items()
with warnings.catch_warnings():
warnings.simplefilter("ignore", mplDeprecation)
config = RcParams([(key, default) for key, (default, _) in iter_params
if key not in _all_deprecated])
config.update(config_from_file)
if config['datapath'] is None:
config['datapath'] = get_data_path()
if "".join(config['text.latex.preamble']):
_log.info("""
*****************************************************************
You have the following UNSUPPORTED LaTeX preamble customizations:
%s
Please do not ask for support with these customizations active.
*****************************************************************
""", '\n'.join(config['text.latex.preamble']))
_log.debug('loaded rc file %s', fname)
return config
# this is the instance used by the matplotlib classes
rcParams = rc_params()
if rcParams['examples.directory']:
# paths that are intended to be relative to matplotlib_fname()
# are allowed for the examples.directory parameter.
# However, we will need to fully qualify the path because
# Sphinx requires absolute paths.
if not os.path.isabs(rcParams['examples.directory']):
_basedir, _fname = os.path.split(matplotlib_fname())
# Sometimes matplotlib_fname() can return relative paths,
# Also, using realpath() guarantees that Sphinx will use
# the same path that matplotlib sees (in case of weird symlinks).
_basedir = os.path.realpath(_basedir)
_fullpath = os.path.join(_basedir, rcParams['examples.directory'])
rcParams['examples.directory'] = _fullpath
rcParamsOrig = rcParams.copy()
with warnings.catch_warnings():
warnings.simplefilter("ignore", mplDeprecation)
rcParamsDefault = RcParams([(key, default) for key, (default, converter) in
defaultParams.items()
if key not in _all_deprecated])
rcParams['ps.usedistiller'] = checkdep_ps_distiller(
rcParams['ps.usedistiller'])
rcParams['text.usetex'] = checkdep_usetex(rcParams['text.usetex'])
if rcParams['axes.formatter.use_locale']:
locale.setlocale(locale.LC_ALL, '')
def rc(group, **kwargs):
"""
Set the current rc params. *group* is the grouping for the rc, e.g.,
for ``lines.linewidth`` the group is ``lines``, for
``axes.facecolor``, the group is ``axes``, and so on. Group may
also be a list or tuple of group names, e.g., (*xtick*, *ytick*).
*kwargs* is a dictionary attribute name/value pairs, e.g.,::
rc('lines', linewidth=2, color='r')
sets the current rc params and is equivalent to::
rcParams['lines.linewidth'] = 2
rcParams['lines.color'] = 'r'
The following aliases are available to save typing for interactive
users:
===== =================
Alias Property
===== =================
'lw' 'linewidth'
'ls' 'linestyle'
'c' 'color'
'fc' 'facecolor'
'ec' 'edgecolor'
'mew' 'markeredgewidth'
'aa' 'antialiased'
===== =================
Thus you could abbreviate the above rc command as::
rc('lines', lw=2, c='r')
Note you can use python's kwargs dictionary facility to store
dictionaries of default parameters. e.g., you can customize the
font rc as follows::
font = {'family' : 'monospace',
'weight' : 'bold',
'size' : 'larger'}
rc('font', **font) # pass in the font dict as kwargs
This enables you to easily switch between several configurations. Use
``matplotlib.style.use('default')`` or :func:`~matplotlib.rcdefaults` to
restore the default rc params after changes.
"""
aliases = {
'lw': 'linewidth',
'ls': 'linestyle',
'c': 'color',
'fc': 'facecolor',
'ec': 'edgecolor',
'mew': 'markeredgewidth',
'aa': 'antialiased',
}
if isinstance(group, str):
group = (group,)
for g in group:
for k, v in kwargs.items():
name = aliases.get(k) or k
key = '%s.%s' % (g, name)
try:
rcParams[key] = v
except KeyError:
raise KeyError(('Unrecognized key "%s" for group "%s" and '
'name "%s"') % (key, g, name))
def rcdefaults():
"""Restore the rc params from Matplotlib's internal defaults.
See Also
--------
rc_file_defaults :
Restore the rc params from the rc file originally loaded by Matplotlib.
matplotlib.style.use :
Use a specific style file. Call ``style.use('default')`` to restore
the default style.
"""
rcParams.clear()
rcParams.update(rcParamsDefault)
def rc_file_defaults():
"""Restore the rc params from the original rc file loaded by Matplotlib.
"""
rcParams.update(rcParamsOrig)
def rc_file(fname):
"""
Update rc params from file.
"""
rcParams.update(rc_params_from_file(fname))
class rc_context:
"""
Return a context manager for managing rc settings.
This allows one to do::
with mpl.rc_context(fname='screen.rc'):
plt.plot(x, a)
with mpl.rc_context(fname='print.rc'):
plt.plot(x, b)
plt.plot(x, c)
The 'a' vs 'x' and 'c' vs 'x' plots would have settings from
'screen.rc', while the 'b' vs 'x' plot would have settings from
'print.rc'.
A dictionary can also be passed to the context manager::
with mpl.rc_context(rc={'text.usetex': True}, fname='screen.rc'):
plt.plot(x, a)
The 'rc' dictionary takes precedence over the settings loaded from
'fname'. Passing a dictionary only is also valid. For example a
common usage is::
with mpl.rc_context(rc={'interactive': False}):
fig, ax = plt.subplots()
ax.plot(range(3), range(3))
fig.savefig('A.png', format='png')
plt.close(fig)
"""
# While it may seem natural to implement rc_context using
# contextlib.contextmanager, that would entail always calling the finally:
# clause of the contextmanager (which restores the original rcs) including
# during garbage collection; as a result, something like `plt.xkcd();
# gc.collect()` would result in the style being lost (as `xkcd()` is
# implemented on top of rc_context, and nothing is holding onto context
# manager except possibly circular references.
def __init__(self, rc=None, fname=None):
self._orig = rcParams.copy()
try:
if fname:
rc_file(fname)
if rc:
rcParams.update(rc)
except Exception:
# If anything goes wrong, revert to the original rcs.
dict.update(rcParams, self._orig)
raise
def __enter__(self):
return self
def __exit__(self, exc_type, exc_value, exc_tb):
# No need to revalidate the original values.
dict.update(rcParams, self._orig)
_use_error_msg = """
This call to matplotlib.use() has no effect because the backend has already
been chosen; matplotlib.use() must be called *before* pylab, matplotlib.pyplot,
or matplotlib.backends is imported for the first time.
The backend was *originally* set to {backend!r} by the following code:
{tb}
"""
def use(arg, warn=True, force=False):
"""
Set the matplotlib backend to one of the known backends.
The argument is case-insensitive. *warn* specifies whether a
warning should be issued if a backend has already been set up.
*force* is an **experimental** flag that tells matplotlib to
attempt to initialize a new backend by reloading the backend
module.
.. note::
This function must be called *before* importing pyplot for
the first time; or, if you are not using pyplot, it must be called
before importing matplotlib.backends. If warn is True, a warning
is issued if you try and call this after pylab or pyplot have been
loaded. In certain black magic use cases, e.g.
:func:`pyplot.switch_backend`, we are doing the reloading necessary to
make the backend switch work (in some cases, e.g., pure image
backends) so one can set warn=False to suppress the warnings.
To find out which backend is currently set, see
:func:`matplotlib.get_backend`.
"""
# Lets determine the proper backend name first
if arg.startswith('module://'):
name = arg
else:
# Lowercase only non-module backend names (modules are case-sensitive)
arg = arg.lower()
name = validate_backend(arg)
# Check if we've already set up a backend
if 'matplotlib.backends' in sys.modules:
# Warn only if called with a different name
if (rcParams['backend'] != name) and warn:
import matplotlib.backends
warnings.warn(
_use_error_msg.format(
backend=rcParams['backend'],
tb=matplotlib.backends._backend_loading_tb),
stacklevel=2)
# Unless we've been told to force it, just return
if not force:
return
need_reload = True
else:
need_reload = False
# Store the backend name
rcParams['backend'] = name
# If needed we reload here because a lot of setup code is triggered on
# module import. See backends/__init__.py for more detail.
if need_reload:
importlib.reload(sys.modules['matplotlib.backends'])
try:
use(os.environ['MPLBACKEND'])
except KeyError:
pass
def get_backend():
"""Return the name of the current backend."""
return rcParams['backend']
def interactive(b):
"""
Set interactive mode to boolean b.
If b is True, then draw after every plotting command, e.g., after xlabel
"""
rcParams['interactive'] = b
def is_interactive():
'Return true if plot mode is interactive'
return rcParams['interactive']
def tk_window_focus():
"""Return true if focus maintenance under TkAgg on win32 is on.
This currently works only for python.exe and IPython.exe.
Both IDLE and Pythonwin.exe fail badly when tk_window_focus is on."""
if rcParams['backend'] != 'TkAgg':
return False
return rcParams['tk.window_focus']
default_test_modules = [
'matplotlib.tests',
'matplotlib.sphinxext.tests',
'mpl_toolkits.tests',
]
def _init_tests():
try:
import faulthandler
except ImportError:
pass
else:
# CPython's faulthandler since v3.6 handles exceptions on Windows
# https://bugs.python.org/issue23848 but until v3.6.4 it was
# printing non-fatal exceptions https://bugs.python.org/issue30557
import platform
if not (sys.platform == 'win32' and
(3, 6) < sys.version_info < (3, 6, 4) and
platform.python_implementation() == 'CPython'):
faulthandler.enable()
# The version of FreeType to install locally for running the
# tests. This must match the value in `setupext.py`
LOCAL_FREETYPE_VERSION = '2.6.1'
from matplotlib import ft2font
if (ft2font.__freetype_version__ != LOCAL_FREETYPE_VERSION or
ft2font.__freetype_build_type__ != 'local'):
warnings.warn(
"Matplotlib is not built with the correct FreeType version to run "
"tests. Set local_freetype=True in setup.cfg and rebuild. "
"Expect many image comparison failures below. "
"Expected freetype version {0}. "
"Found freetype version {1}. "
"Freetype build type is {2}local".format(
LOCAL_FREETYPE_VERSION,
ft2font.__freetype_version__,
"" if ft2font.__freetype_build_type__ == 'local' else "not "
)
)
try:
import pytest
except ImportError:
print("matplotlib.test requires pytest to run.")
raise
def test(verbosity=None, coverage=False, switch_backend_warn=True,
recursionlimit=0, **kwargs):
"""run the matplotlib test suite"""
_init_tests()
if not os.path.isdir(os.path.join(os.path.dirname(__file__), 'tests')):
raise ImportError("Matplotlib test data is not installed")
old_backend = get_backend()
old_recursionlimit = sys.getrecursionlimit()
try:
use('agg')
if recursionlimit:
sys.setrecursionlimit(recursionlimit)
import pytest
args = kwargs.pop('argv', [])
provide_default_modules = True
use_pyargs = True
for arg in args:
if any(arg.startswith(module_path)
for module_path in default_test_modules):
provide_default_modules = False
break
if os.path.exists(arg):
provide_default_modules = False
use_pyargs = False
break
if use_pyargs:
args += ['--pyargs']
if provide_default_modules:
args += default_test_modules
if coverage:
args += ['--cov']
if verbosity:
args += ['-' + 'v' * verbosity]
retcode = pytest.main(args, **kwargs)
finally:
if old_backend.lower() != 'agg':
use(old_backend, warn=switch_backend_warn)
if recursionlimit:
sys.setrecursionlimit(old_recursionlimit)
return retcode
test.__test__ = False # pytest: this function is not a test
def _replacer(data, key):
"""Either returns data[key] or passes data back. Also
converts input data to a sequence as needed.
"""
# if key isn't a string don't bother
if not isinstance(key, str):
return key
# try to use __getitem__
try:
return sanitize_sequence(data[key])
# key does not exist, silently fall back to key
except KeyError:
return key
_DATA_DOC_APPENDIX = """
.. note::
In addition to the above described arguments, this function can take a
**data** keyword argument. If such a **data** argument is given, the
following arguments are replaced by **data[<arg>]**:
{replaced}
"""
def _add_data_doc(docstring, replace_names, replace_all_args):
"""Add documentation for a *data* field to the given docstring.
Parameters
----------
docstring : str
The input docstring.
replace_names : list of strings or None
The list of parameter names which arguments should be replaced by
`data[name]`. If None, all arguments are replaced if they are
included in `data`.
replace_all_args : bool
If True, all arguments in *args get replaced, even if they are not
in replace_names.
Returns
-------
The augmented docstring.
"""
if docstring is None:
docstring = ''
else:
docstring = dedent(docstring)
_repl = ""
if replace_names is None:
_repl = "* All positional and all keyword arguments."
else:
if len(replace_names) != 0:
_repl = "* All arguments with the following names: '{names}'."
if replace_all_args:
_repl += "\n * All positional arguments."
_repl = _repl.format(names="', '".join(sorted(replace_names)))
return docstring + _DATA_DOC_APPENDIX.format(replaced=_repl)
def _preprocess_data(replace_names=None, replace_all_args=False,
label_namer=None, positional_parameter_names=None):
"""
A decorator to add a 'data' kwarg to any a function. The signature
of the input function must include the ax argument at the first position ::
def foo(ax, *args, **kwargs)
so this is suitable for use with Axes methods.
Parameters
----------
replace_names : list of strings, optional, default: None
The list of parameter names which arguments should be replaced by
`data[name]`. If None, all arguments are replaced if they are
included in `data`.
replace_all_args : bool, default: False
If True, all arguments in *args get replaced, even if they are not
in replace_names.
label_namer : string, optional, default: None
The name of the parameter which argument should be used as label, if
label is not set. If None, the label keyword argument is not set.
positional_parameter_names : list of strings or callable, optional
The full list of positional parameter names (excluding an explicit
`ax`/'self' argument at the first place and including all possible
positional parameter in `*args`), in the right order. Can also include
all other keyword parameter. Only needed if the wrapped function does
contain `*args` and (replace_names is not None or replace_all_args is
False). If it is a callable, it will be called with the actual
tuple of *args and the data and should return a list like
above.
NOTE: callables should only be used when the names and order of *args
can only be determined at runtime. Please use list of names
when the order and names of *args is clear before runtime!
.. note:: decorator also converts MappingView input data to list.
"""
if replace_names is not None:
replace_names = set(replace_names)
def param(func):
sig = inspect.signature(func)
_has_varargs = False
_has_varkwargs = False
_arg_names = []
params = list(sig.parameters.values())
for p in params:
if p.kind is Parameter.VAR_POSITIONAL:
_has_varargs = True
elif p.kind is Parameter.VAR_KEYWORD:
_has_varkwargs = True
else:
_arg_names.append(p.name)
data_param = Parameter('data', Parameter.KEYWORD_ONLY, default=None)
if _has_varkwargs:
params.insert(-1, data_param)
else:
params.append(data_param)
new_sig = sig.replace(parameters=params)
# Import-time check: do we have enough information to replace *args?
arg_names_at_runtime = False
# there can't be any positional arguments behind *args and no
# positional args can end up in **kwargs, so only *varargs make
# problems.
# http://stupidpythonideas.blogspot.de/2013/08/arguments-and-parameters.html
if not _has_varargs:
# all args are "named", so no problem
# remove the first "ax" / self arg
arg_names = _arg_names[1:]
else:
# Here we have "unnamed" variables and we need a way to determine
# whether to replace a arg or not
if replace_names is None:
# all argnames should be replaced
arg_names = None
elif len(replace_names) == 0:
# No argnames should be replaced
arg_names = []
elif len(_arg_names) > 1 and (positional_parameter_names is None):
# we got no manual parameter names but more than an 'ax' ...
if len(replace_names - set(_arg_names[1:])) == 0:
# all to be replaced arguments are in the list
arg_names = _arg_names[1:]
else:
raise AssertionError(
"Got unknown 'replace_names' and wrapped function "
"{!r} uses '*args', need 'positional_parameter_names'"
.format(func.__name__))
else:
if positional_parameter_names is not None:
if callable(positional_parameter_names):
# determined by the function at runtime
arg_names_at_runtime = True
# so that we don't compute the label_pos at import time
arg_names = []
else:
arg_names = positional_parameter_names
else:
if replace_all_args:
arg_names = []
else:
raise AssertionError(
"Got 'replace_names' and wrapped function {!r} "
"uses *args, need 'positional_parameter_names' or "
"'replace_all_args'".format(func.__name__))
# compute the possible label_namer and label position in positional
# arguments
label_pos = 9999 # bigger than all "possible" argument lists
label_namer_pos = 9999 # bigger than all "possible" argument lists
if (label_namer and # we actually want a label here ...
arg_names and # and we can determine a label in *args ...
label_namer in arg_names): # and it is in *args
label_namer_pos = arg_names.index(label_namer)
if "label" in arg_names:
label_pos = arg_names.index("label")
# Check the case we know a label_namer but we can't find it the
# arg_names... Unfortunately the label_namer can be in **kwargs,
# which we can't detect here and which results in a non-set label
# which might surprise the user :-(
if label_namer and not arg_names_at_runtime and not _has_varkwargs:
if not arg_names:
raise AssertionError(
"label_namer {!r} can't be found as the parameter without "
"'positional_parameter_names'".format(label_namer))
elif label_namer not in arg_names:
raise AssertionError(
"label_namer {!r} can't be found in the parameter names "
"(known argnames: %s).".format(label_namer, arg_names))
else:
# this is the case when the name is in arg_names
pass
@functools.wraps(func)
def inner(ax, *args, data=None, **kwargs):
# this is needed because we want to change these values if
# arg_names_at_runtime==True, but python does not allow assigning
# to a variable in a outer scope. So use some new local ones and
# set them to the already computed values.
_label_pos = label_pos
_label_namer_pos = label_namer_pos
_arg_names = arg_names
label = None
if data is None: # data validation
args = tuple(sanitize_sequence(a) for a in args)
else:
if arg_names_at_runtime:
# update the information about replace names and
# label position
_arg_names = positional_parameter_names(args, data)
if (label_namer and # we actually want a label here ...
_arg_names and # and we can find a label in *args
(label_namer in _arg_names)): # and it is in *args
_label_namer_pos = _arg_names.index(label_namer)
if "label" in _arg_names:
_label_pos = arg_names.index("label")
# save the current label_namer value so that it can be used as
# a label
if _label_namer_pos < len(args):
label = args[_label_namer_pos]
else:
label = kwargs.get(label_namer, None)
# ensure a string, as label can't be anything else
if not isinstance(label, str):
label = None
if (replace_names is None) or (replace_all_args is True):
# all should be replaced
args = tuple(_replacer(data, a) for
j, a in enumerate(args))
else:
# An arg is replaced if the arg_name of that position is
# in replace_names ...
if len(_arg_names) < len(args):
raise RuntimeError(
"Got more args than function expects")
args = tuple(_replacer(data, a)
if _arg_names[j] in replace_names else a
for j, a in enumerate(args))
if replace_names is None:
# replace all kwargs ...
kwargs = {k: _replacer(data, v) for k, v in kwargs.items()}
else:
# ... or only if a kwarg of that name is in replace_names
kwargs = {
k: _replacer(data, v) if k in replace_names else v
for k, v in kwargs.items()}
# replace the label if this func "wants" a label arg and the user
# didn't set one. Note: if the user puts in "label=None", it does
# *NOT* get replaced!
user_supplied_label = (
len(args) >= _label_pos or # label is included in args
'label' in kwargs # ... or in kwargs
)
if label_namer and not user_supplied_label:
if _label_namer_pos < len(args):
kwargs['label'] = get_label(args[_label_namer_pos], label)
elif label_namer in kwargs:
kwargs['label'] = get_label(kwargs[label_namer], label)
else:
warnings.warn(
"Tried to set a label via parameter %r in func %r but "
"couldn't find such an argument.\n"
"(This is a programming error, please report to "
"the Matplotlib list!)" % (label_namer, func.__name__),
RuntimeWarning, stacklevel=2)
return func(ax, *args, **kwargs)
inner.__doc__ = _add_data_doc(inner.__doc__,
replace_names, replace_all_args)
inner.__signature__ = new_sig
return inner
return param
_log.debug('matplotlib version %s', __version__)
_log.debug('interactive is %s', is_interactive())
_log.debug('platform is %s', sys.platform)
_log.debug('loaded modules: %s', list(sys.modules))