Dear all,

I’m fighting with pyplot labels in julia. I have to plot in a graph certain quantities that are in value very close to the value 104.6, with small differences in the second, third decimals. The fact is that I get the ugly behaviour of having labels in scientific notation, with a major value of 1.04E2 on the top right corner, and values of 0.00 0.02 0.04 etc on the axis labels. But that interferes with the title of the plot and lokks quite odd. Is there a way to tell the y-axis labels to plot exactly the numbers in plain format, i.e, not scientific one?

Example comes here:

```
data = zeros(8,2)
data[:,1] = [8. 16. 32. 64. 128. 256. 512. 1024]
data[:,2] = 104.6 + 0.3*rand(8)
clf(); # clear current plot
fig = figure( figsize=(6,4) );
ax = gca() # Get the handle of the current axis
ax[:ticklabel_format](style="plain",axis="y")
title("AIS - samples of log(Z) with [0,1] units")
xlabel("beta");
ylabel("log(Z)");
x_plot = data[:,1]
y_plot = data[:,2]
scatter(x_plot,y_plot,color="black")
```

and the result

Thx for your help,

Ferran.