You might want to try out a different backend. Each one has very different underlying behaviours (Plot.jl tries to achieve the similar outputs only).
Choosing a backend: https://juliaplots.github.io/backends/
Of course, I suggest trying the InspectDR.jl backend:
inspectdr() #use InspectDR
#pyplot() #instead of pyplot
- InspectDR was designed with interactivity in mind. For example, you can always box-zoom in on plots by using the right mouse button.
- InspectDR is faster at plotting than PyPlot. It is more noticeable with larger datasets… especially if you draw using only lines (without symbols).
See more on mouse/keybindings: https://github.com/ma-laforge/InspectDR.jl#Bindings
InspectDR is mostly limited to 2D plots. Among other things, it does not support: