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[OSAB] Task 3: Add 0-axis lines to scatterplots #3

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commented Mar 31, 2019

This is one way to solve Task 3 in https://robertheaton.com/2019/04/14/open-source-for-advanced-beginners-1-bashplotlib/.

Test:

I ran:

from bashplotlib.scatterplot import plot_scatter

x_coords = [-10,-4,10,20,30]
y_coords = [-10,-2,18,20,30]
width = 10
char = 'x'
color = 'default'
title = 'Test Title'

plot_scatter(
    None,
    x_coords,
    y_coords,
    width,
    char,
    color,
    title)

and got:

bpl-zero-axes-example

@@ -35,17 +35,43 @@ def _plot_scatter(xs, ys, size, pch, colour, title, cs):
print(box_text(title, 2 * (len(get_scale(xs, False, size)) + 1)))

print("-" * (2 * (len(get_scale(xs, False, size)) + 2)))

# Iterate through all squares in the graph. For each square,

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robert Mar 31, 2019

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It's worth trying to understand how this double-loop works. It's not necessarily the best way to solve this problem, and there are many alternative approaches one could take. See if you can come up with some.

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