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Show all markers of Matplotlib in a plot
#!/usr/bin/env python
import matplotlib.pyplot as pyplot
mark_dict = {
".":"point",
",":"pixel",
"o":"circle",
"v":"triangle_down",
"^":"triangle_up",
"<":"triangle_left",
">":"triangle_right",
"1":"tri_down",
"2":"tri_up",
"3":"tri_left",
"4":"tri_right",
"8":"octagon",
"s":"square",
"p":"pentagon",
"*":"star",
"h":"hexagon1",
"H":"hexagon2",
"+":"plus",
"D":"diamond",
"d":"thin_diamond",
"|":"vline",
"_":"hline"
}
def line_plot():
x_list = [1, 10, 30, 70]
y_list = [10, 20, 30, 40]
pyplot.clf()
for mark in mark_dict:
y_list = [y_val + 10 for y_val in y_list]
pyplot.plot(x_list, y_list, label=mark_dict[mark], marker=mark)
pyplot.legend(loc="best", prop={'size':11})
pyplot.savefig("markers.png")
def main():
line_plot()
if "__main__" == __name__:
main()
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