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mpl_toolkits.axes_grid1.axes_size

provides a classes of simple units that will be used with AxesDivider class (or others) to determine the size of each axes. The unit classes define get_size method that returns a tuple of two floats, meaning relative and absolute sizes, respectively.

Note that this class is nothing more than a simple tuple of two floats. Take a look at the Divider class to see how these two values are used.

Classes

Add(a, b)
AddList(add_list)
AxesX(axes[, aspect, ref_ax]) Scaled size whose relative part corresponds to the data width of the axes multiplied by the aspect.
AxesY(axes[, aspect, ref_ax]) Scaled size whose relative part corresponds to the data height of the axes multiplied by the aspect.
Fixed(fixed_size) Simple fixed size with absolute part = fixed_size and relative part = 0
Fraction(fraction, ref_size) An instance whose size is a fraction of the ref_size.
GetExtentHelper(ax, direction)
MaxExtent(artist_list, w_or_h) Size whose absolute part is the largest width (or height) of the given artist_list.
MaxHeight(artist_list) Size whose absolute part is the largest height of the given artist_list.
MaxWidth(artist_list) Size whose absolute part is the largest width of the given artist_list.
Padded(size, pad) Return a instance where the absolute part of size is increase by the amount of pad.
Scalable alias of mpl_toolkits.axes_grid1.axes_size.Scaled
Scaled(scalable_size) Simple scaled(?) size with absolute part = 0 and relative part = scalable_size
SizeFromFunc(func)

Functions

from_any(size[, fraction_ref]) Creates Fixed unit when the first argument is a float, or a Fraction unit if that is a string that ends with %.