`IaGraph`

Examples:
X-Y Line and Scatter Plots

## Import Statements and Data

All examples below use the following import statements and data:

>>> import Numeric as N
>>> from IaGraph import *
>>> x = N.arange(15) / N.pi
>>> y = N.sin(x)

A link to the full source code for all the examples on this page is
at the bottom of this page. For more information on the `plot`

command, type `help(plot)`

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## Examples

### Default (lines connected with square symbols)

>>> plot(x, y)

### Larger asterisk for plot symbol, no connecting lines

>>> plot(x, y, psym=2, symht=14)

### Add titles and annotation,
and use long-dash for connecting lines

>>> plot( x, y, linestyle=5, xrange=[3, 4] \
... , title='Partial Plot', xtitle='x', ytitle='sin(x)' \
... , annot='This is my plot.\nBy Johnny Lin\n\n' \
... +'University of Chicago\nClimate Systems Center\n' \
... +'December 2003' )

## Full Code For Examples

Return to IaGraph Home Page.

Return to Johnny Lin's Python
Library.

Updated: December 23, 2003
by Johnny Lin
<email
address>.
License.