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class mpl_toolkits.axes_grid1.axes_rgb.RGBAxesBase(*kl, **kwargs)[source]

base class for a 4-panel imshow (RGB, R, G, B)

Layout: +---------------+-----+ | | R | + +-----+ | RGB | G | + +-----+ | | B | +---------------+-----+

_defaultAxesClass : matplotlib.axes.Axes

defaults to 'Axes' in RGBAxes child class. No default in abstract base class

RGB : _defaultAxesClass

The axes object for the three-channel imshow

R : _defaultAxesClass

The axes object for the red channel imshow

G : _defaultAxesClass

The axes object for the green channel imshow

B : _defaultAxesClass

The axes object for the blue channel imshow

pad : float

fraction of the axes height to put as padding. defaults to 0.0

add_all : bool

True: Add the {rgb, r, g, b} axes to the figure defaults to True.

axes_class : matplotlib.axes.Axes
kl :

Unpacked into axes_class() init for RGB

kwargs :

Unpacked into axes_class() init for RGB, R, G, B axes


Add the red, green and blue axes to the RGB composite's axes figure

imshow_rgb(r, g, b, **kwargs)[source]

Create the four images {rgb, r, g, b}

r : array-like

The red array

g : array-like

The green array

b : array-like

The blue array

kwargs : imshow kwargs

kwargs get unpacked into the imshow calls for the four images

rgb : matplotlib.image.AxesImage
r : matplotlib.image.AxesImage
g : matplotlib.image.AxesImage
b : matplotlib.image.AxesImage