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Enable the use of xlim parameter for timeseries plots #3491

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henriqueribeiro commented Feb 12, 2019

Hey,

Since xlim parameter was a NumericTuple it was not possible to set it using dates for timeseries plot. Changing it to Tuple makes it more flexible.

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philippjfr commented Feb 12, 2019

Thanks, very good point. Will merge once tests pass.

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philippjfr commented Feb 12, 2019

Actually, would you mind changing ylim too?

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henriqueribeiro commented Feb 12, 2019

Sure, no problem!

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henriqueribeiro commented Feb 12, 2019

Also changed the zlim

@philippjfr philippjfr merged commit e76fb6b into pyviz:master Feb 13, 2019

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