for a rather large sparse matrix, and spy just hangs there for too long for it to be useful to me… MATLAB’s spy is quite fast in comparison. I’m guessing Julia’s spy plot is not binning the data? But how can I get that info since I can’t find the documentation:
search: spy spy! speye display Display displaysize displayable redisplay popdisplay isempty TextDisplay supertype pushdisplay
No documentation found.
Plots.spy is a Function.
# 1 method for generic function "spy":
spy(args...; kw...) in Plots at /Users/XXXXXX/.julia/v0.6/RecipesBase/src/RecipesBase.jl:367
It is that slow that I don’t know how long it is gonna take because I cannot afford to wait… In MATLAB, spy is a convenient way to check a sparsity pattern, and takes almost no time to plot. It seems to me spy should never be slow, right?