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# matplotlib.pyplot.ylim¶

matplotlib.pyplot.ylim(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Get or set the y-limits of the current axes.

Call signatures:

bottom, top = ylim()  # return the current ylim
ylim((bottom, top))   # set the ylim to bottom, top
ylim(bottom, top)     # set the ylim to bottom, top


If you do not specify args, you can alternatively pass bottom or top as kwargs, i.e.:

ylim(top=3)  # adjust the top leaving bottom unchanged
ylim(bottom=1)  # adjust the bottom leaving top unchanged


Setting limits turns autoscaling off for the y-axis.

Returns: bottom, top A tuple of the new y-axis limits.

Notes

Calling this function with no arguments (e.g. ylim()) is the pyplot equivalent of calling get_ylim on the current axes. Calling this function with arguments is the pyplot equivalent of calling set_ylim on the current axes. All arguments are passed though.