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Source code for matplotlib.axes._subplots

import functools
import warnings

from matplotlib import docstring
import matplotlib.artist as martist
from matplotlib.axes._axes import Axes
from matplotlib.gridspec import GridSpec, SubplotSpec
import matplotlib._layoutbox as layoutbox

[docs]class SubplotBase(object): """ Base class for subplots, which are :class:`Axes` instances with additional methods to facilitate generating and manipulating a set of :class:`Axes` within a figure. """ def __init__(self, fig, *args, **kwargs): """ *fig* is a :class:`matplotlib.figure.Figure` instance. *args* is the tuple (*numRows*, *numCols*, *plotNum*), where the array of subplots in the figure has dimensions *numRows*, *numCols*, and where *plotNum* is the number of the subplot being created. *plotNum* starts at 1 in the upper left corner and increases to the right. If *numRows* <= *numCols* <= *plotNum* < 10, *args* can be the decimal integer *numRows* * 100 + *numCols* * 10 + *plotNum*. """ self.figure = fig if len(args) == 1: if isinstance(args[0], SubplotSpec): self._subplotspec = args[0] else: try: s = str(int(args[0])) rows, cols, num = map(int, s) except ValueError: raise ValueError('Single argument to subplot must be ' 'a 3-digit integer') self._subplotspec = GridSpec(rows, cols, figure=self.figure)[num - 1] # num - 1 for converting from MATLAB to python indexing elif len(args) == 3: rows, cols, num = args rows = int(rows) cols = int(cols) if isinstance(num, tuple) and len(num) == 2: num = [int(n) for n in num] self._subplotspec = GridSpec( rows, cols, figure=self.figure)[(num[0] - 1):num[1]] else: if num < 1 or num > rows*cols: raise ValueError( ("num must be 1 <= num <= {maxn}, not {num}" ).format(maxn=rows*cols, num=num)) self._subplotspec = GridSpec( rows, cols, figure=self.figure)[int(num) - 1] # num - 1 for converting from MATLAB to python indexing else: raise ValueError('Illegal argument(s) to subplot: %s' % (args,)) self.update_params() # _axes_class is set in the subplot_class_factory self._axes_class.__init__(self, fig, self.figbox, **kwargs) # add a layout box to this, for both the full axis, and the poss # of the axis. We need both because the axes may become smaller # due to parasitic axes and hence no longer fill the subplotspec. if self._subplotspec._layoutbox is None: self._layoutbox = None self._poslayoutbox = None else: name = + '.ax' name = name + layoutbox.seq_id() self._layoutbox = layoutbox.LayoutBox( parent=self._subplotspec._layoutbox, name=name, artist=self) self._poslayoutbox = layoutbox.LayoutBox( parent=self._layoutbox,'.pos', pos=True, subplot=True, artist=self) def __reduce__(self): # get the first axes class which does not inherit from a subplotbase axes_class = next( c for c in type(self).__mro__ if issubclass(c, Axes) and not issubclass(c, SubplotBase)) return (_picklable_subplot_class_constructor, (axes_class,), self.__getstate__())
[docs] def get_geometry(self): """get the subplot geometry, e.g., 2,2,3""" rows, cols, num1, num2 = self.get_subplotspec().get_geometry() return rows, cols, num1 + 1 # for compatibility
# COVERAGE NOTE: Never used internally or from examples
[docs] def change_geometry(self, numrows, numcols, num): """change subplot geometry, e.g., from 1,1,1 to 2,2,3""" self._subplotspec = GridSpec(numrows, numcols, figure=self.figure)[num - 1] self.update_params() self.set_position(self.figbox)
[docs] def get_subplotspec(self): """get the SubplotSpec instance associated with the subplot""" return self._subplotspec
[docs] def set_subplotspec(self, subplotspec): """set the SubplotSpec instance associated with the subplot""" self._subplotspec = subplotspec
[docs] def get_gridspec(self): """get the GridSpec instance associated with the subplot""" return self._subplotspec.get_gridspec()
[docs] def update_params(self): """update the subplot position from fig.subplotpars""" self.figbox, self.rowNum, self.colNum, self.numRows, self.numCols = \ self.get_subplotspec().get_position(self.figure, return_all=True)
[docs] def is_first_col(self): return self.colNum == 0
[docs] def is_first_row(self): return self.rowNum == 0
[docs] def is_last_row(self): return self.rowNum == self.numRows - 1
[docs] def is_last_col(self): return self.colNum == self.numCols - 1
# COVERAGE NOTE: Never used internally.
[docs] def label_outer(self): """Only show "outer" labels and tick labels. x-labels are only kept for subplots on the last row; y-labels only for subplots on the first column. """ lastrow = self.is_last_row() firstcol = self.is_first_col() if not lastrow: for label in self.get_xticklabels(which="both"): label.set_visible(False) self.get_xaxis().get_offset_text().set_visible(False) self.set_xlabel("") if not firstcol: for label in self.get_yticklabels(which="both"): label.set_visible(False) self.get_yaxis().get_offset_text().set_visible(False) self.set_ylabel("")
def _make_twin_axes(self, *kl, **kwargs): """ Make a twinx axes of self. This is used for twinx and twiny. """ from matplotlib.projections import process_projection_requirements if 'sharex' in kwargs and 'sharey' in kwargs: # The following line is added in v2.2 to avoid breaking Seaborn, # which currently uses this internal API. if kwargs["sharex"] is not self and kwargs["sharey"] is not self: raise ValueError("Twinned Axes may share only one axis.") kl = (self.get_subplotspec(),) + kl projection_class, kwargs, key = process_projection_requirements( self.figure, *kl, **kwargs) ax2 = subplot_class_factory(projection_class)(self.figure, *kl, **kwargs) self.figure.add_subplot(ax2) self.set_adjustable('datalim') ax2.set_adjustable('datalim') if self._layoutbox is not None and ax2._layoutbox is not None: # make the layout boxes be explicitly the same ax2._layoutbox.constrain_same(self._layoutbox) ax2._poslayoutbox.constrain_same(self._poslayoutbox) self._twinned_axes.join(self, ax2) return ax2
# this here to support cartopy which was using a private part of the # API to register their Axes subclasses. # In 3.1 this should be changed to a dict subclass that warns on use # In 3.3 to a dict subclass that raises a useful exception on use # In 3.4 should be removed # The slow timeline is to give cartopy enough time to get several # release out before we break them. _subplot_classes = {} @functools.lru_cache(None) def subplot_class_factory(axes_class=None): """ This makes a new class that inherits from `.SubplotBase` and the given axes_class (which is assumed to be a subclass of `.axes.Axes`). This is perhaps a little bit roundabout to make a new class on the fly like this, but it means that a new Subplot class does not have to be created for every type of Axes. """ if axes_class is None: axes_class = Axes try: # Avoid creating two different instances of GeoAxesSubplot... # Only a temporary backcompat fix. This should be removed in # 3.4 return next(cls for cls in SubplotBase.__subclasses__() if cls.__bases__ == (SubplotBase, axes_class)) except StopIteration: return type("%sSubplot" % axes_class.__name__, (SubplotBase, axes_class), {'_axes_class': axes_class}) # This is provided for backward compatibility Subplot = subplot_class_factory() def _picklable_subplot_class_constructor(axes_class): """ This stub class exists to return the appropriate subplot class when called with an axes class. This is purely to allow pickling of Axes and Subplots. """ subplot_class = subplot_class_factory(axes_class) return subplot_class.__new__(subplot_class) docstring.interpd.update(Axes=martist.kwdoc(Axes)) docstring.dedent_interpd(Axes.__init__) docstring.interpd.update(Subplot=martist.kwdoc(Axes))