can someone tell me how to format my plots in pyplot to get the numeration lines in the plot (like in the picture) and not outward? Also how do I make every 5th line longer? Is there a way to move the numeration of the y-axis to the right side, instead of the left?
Try something like that:
x = linspace(0,10,100)
y = rand(100)
ax = gca()
ax[:tick_params](axis="both", direction="in", which="both", right="true", top="true")
ax[:tick_params](axis="y", which="major", length=10.0, labelleft="false", labelright="true")
And see also the Matplotlib documentation:
Thank you! That actually helped a lot! After reading documentations and trying to set variables I came to the following result
Which is kind of cool, because its what I wanted. But to generate the table in the bottom, I had to make an empty subplot and plot text by trial and error to align it with the x-axis. Is there a more elegant solution like make a 4 smaller subplots with the same ticks, different text and delete the axes?
What if I’d like to add an Engineering notation to these plots. Let’s assume I want to use the ‘k’ or ‘M’ notation. In python I would use Engnotation. What command in julia? Pyplot doesn’t seem to support it.