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matplotlib: howto redraw figure automatically, without stop in show()/draw()?

Hi all,
here is a question already mentioned below, and I'm also interested in
that one very much.
unfortunatly, I can't write anything to matplotlib mailing lists
because I constantly get server internal error (500)
Does anyone knows the answer?
(howto redraw figure automatically (for example update from time to
time in cycle), without stop in show()/draw()?)
Thx in advance, D.

redcic <cedric.lou...@gmail.comwrote:
I've already got this package. I just wanted to try something new.
However, since you talk about it, I've got a question regarding this
package. The execution of the code stops after the line:
pylab.show()
which is off course the last line of my code. My problem is that I
have to close the figure window in order to launch my program another
time. I'd like to be able to launch my program many times with
different parameters without having to close the figure windows before
each launch.
Just so you know, I'm using TkAgg backend.
Any hint ?
May 7 '07 #1
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dmitrey wrote:
Hi all,
here is a question already mentioned below, and I'm also interested in
that one very much.
unfortunatly, I can't write anything to matplotlib mailing lists
because I constantly get server internal error (500)
Does anyone knows the answer?
maybe this is what you want ?

http://matplotlib.sourceforge.net/faq.html#DYNAMIC

happy pythoning

herbert
May 7 '07 #2
WEINHANDL Herbert a écrit :
dmitrey wrote:
>Hi all,
here is a question already mentioned below, and I'm also interested in
that one very much.
unfortunatly, I can't write anything to matplotlib mailing lists
because I constantly get server internal error (500)
Does anyone knows the answer?

maybe this is what you want ?

http://matplotlib.sourceforge.net/faq.html#DYNAMIC

happy pythoning

herbert
Or maybe simply this ?

http://matplotlib.sourceforge.net/interactive.html

Baptiste

May 7 '07 #3

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