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#!/usr/bin/env python
show how to add a matplotlib FigureCanvasGTK or FigureCanvasGTKAgg widget and
a toolbar to a gtk.Window
import gtk

from matplotlib.figure import Figure
from numpy import arange, sin, pi

# uncomment to select /GTK/GTKAgg/GTKCairo
#from matplotlib.backends.backend_gtk import FigureCanvasGTK as FigureCanvas
from matplotlib.backends.backend_gtkagg import FigureCanvasGTKAgg as FigureCanvas
#from matplotlib.backends.backend_gtkcairo import FigureCanvasGTKCairo as FigureCanvas

# or NavigationToolbar for classic
#from matplotlib.backends.backend_gtk import NavigationToolbar2GTK as NavigationToolbar
from matplotlib.backends.backend_gtkagg import NavigationToolbar2GTKAgg as NavigationToolbar

# implement the default mpl key bindings
from matplotlib.backend_bases import key_press_handler

win = gtk.Window()
win.connect("destroy", lambda x: gtk.main_quit())
win.set_title("Embedding in GTK")

vbox = gtk.VBox()

fig = Figure(figsize=(5,4), dpi=100)
ax = fig.add_subplot(111)
t = arange(0.0,3.0,0.01)
s = sin(2*pi*t)


canvas = FigureCanvas(fig)  # a gtk.DrawingArea
toolbar = NavigationToolbar(canvas, win)
vbox.pack_start(toolbar, False, False)

def on_key_event(event):
    print('you pressed %s'%event.key)
    key_press_handler(event, canvas, toolbar)

canvas.mpl_connect('key_press_event', on_key_event)


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