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tacaswell / annotate_range.py
Created Aug 26, 2013
gist for working on annotation range function
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def add_range_annotation(ax, start, end, txt_str, y_height=.5, txt_kwargs=None, arrow_kwargs=None):
"""
Adds horizontal arrow annotation with text in the middle
Parameters
----------
ax : matplotlib.Axes
The axes to draw to
start : float
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ivanov / mpl_gradient_hack.py
Created Apr 22, 2013
gradient lines in matplotlib
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#!/usr/bin/env python
"""A quick hack to draw gradient lines using a colormap.
This was written in response to <Baribal>'s question on IRC.
There are two functions provided here:
`plot_gradient_hack` takes two arguments, p0 and p1, which are both (x,y)
pairs, and plots a gradient between them that spans the full colormap.
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