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pylab_examples example code: usetex_fonteffects.pyΒΆ

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# This script demonstrates that font effects specified in your
# are now supported in pdf usetex.

import matplotlib
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
matplotlib.rc('text', usetex=True)

def setfont(font):
    return r'\font\a %s at 14pt\a ' % font

for y, font, text in zip(range(5),
                         ['ptmr8r', 'ptmri8r', 'ptmro8r', 'ptmr8rn', 'ptmrr8re'],
                         ['Nimbus Roman No9 L ' + x for x in
                          ['', 'Italics (real italics for comparison)',
                           '(slanted)', '(condensed)', '(extended)']]):
    plt.text(0, y, setfont(font) + text)

plt.ylim(-1, 5)
plt.xlim(-0.2, 0.6)
plt.setp(plt.gca(), frame_on=False, xticks=(), yticks=())
plt.title('Usetex font effects')

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