Consider the following plot
using Plots pyplot() radix_range_xticks = -4:4 radix_range = LinRange(-4, 4, 100) xs = 2.0 .^ radix_range_xticks pf = 50.0 bw = 25.0 roofline(x, bw, pf) = min(bw*x, pf) ys = roofline.(xs, bw, pf) p = plot(xs, ys; xscale=:log2, yscale=:log10) xticks!(p, xs)
This results in a plot that looks like this.
The x-ticks and y-ticks both are formatted as exponentials. Adding the keyword argument
xformatter=:scientific does not help, as it just changes the radix instead of the whole number.
So, how can I format the ticks in e.g. scientific notation? I would like to get rid of the
base^exponent notation altogether.
I also tried passing an iterable of
xticks!, but it does not dispatch on it.
I tried to look here in the documentation, but could not anything else that might help.
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