Indeed, it should have been in the list of links, as this is where I found the
colsize!(f.layout, 1, Aspect(1, 1.0)) line.
The documentation is very nicely written, by the way.
You can determine the limits from ax.finallimits
Indeed, with it (and the awesome
resize_to_layout!) the appearance is just right:
fig = Figure(resolution=(700,300))
ax = Axis(fig[1, 1])
lines!(ax, Circle(Point2f(0, 0), 1))
lines!(ax, Circle(Point2f(0, 1), 1))
colsize!(fig.layout, 1, Aspect(1, /(ax.finallimits.widths...)))
you don’t need to set aspect = DataAspect() at all
It’s written in several places, but I thought I was misunderstanding,
as getting the limits aspect ratio seemed hard (thanks for the
ax.finallimits tip !).
And in controlling_axis_aspect_ratios,
DataAspect uses the currently chosen axis limits and brings the axes into the same aspect ratio.
seemed to do the exact right thing: tell the layout what aspect ratio this particular Axis should have.
But it rather just tells the
Axis, not the layout.
The animation just below explains why layout cell and Axis must have separate meanings (this makes sense now).
Last puzzle: what is the meaning of the
Aspect first argument (index) ?