- PlotAxes.fill_betweenx(*args, **kwargs)¶
Plot individual, grouped, or overlaid shading patches.
x2) – The data passed as positional or keyword arguments. Interpreted as follows:
x2coordinates are passed, set the
x1coordinates to zero. This draws elements originating from the zero line.
x2are provided, draw elements between these points. If either are 2D, draw elements by iterating over each column.
stack, stacked (
bool, optional) – Whether to “stack” area patches from successive columns of x data or plot area patches on top of each other. Default is
data (dict-like, optional) – A dict-like dataset container (e.g.,
Dataset). If passed, each data argument can optionally be a string
keyand the arrays used for plotting are retrieved with
data[key]. This is a native matplotlib feature.
bool, optional) – Whether the
yaxis labels, axis formatters, axes titles, legend titles, and colorbar labels are automatically configured when a
Quantityis passed to the plotting command. Default is
True. Formatting of
pint.Quantityunit strings is controlled by
- Other Parameters
ndarray, optional) – A boolean mask for the points that should be shaded. See this matplotlib example.
cycle-spec, optional) – The cycle specifer, passed to the
Cycleconstructor. If the returned cycler is unchanged from the current cycler, the axes cycler will not be reset to its first position. To disable property cycling and just use black for the default color, use
cycle=()(analogous to disabling ticks with e.g.
xformatter='none'). To restore the default property cycler, use
ls, linestyle, linestyles (
str, optional) – The edge style of the patch(es). Default is
ec, edgecolor, edgecolors (
color-spec, optional) – The edge color of the patch(es). Default is
fc, facecolor, facecolors, fillcolor, fillcolors (
color-spec, optional) – The face color of the patch(es). Default is to use the property
a, alpha, alphas (
float, optional) – The opacity of the patch(es).
bool, optional) – Whether to shade patches where
y2 >= y1with
y2 < y1with
negcolor. Default is
Truethis function will return a 2-tuple of values.
float, optional) – Whether to fix the common issue where white lines appear between adjacent patches in saved vector graphics (this can slow down figure rendering). See this stackoverflow post for a demonstration of the problem. Default is
True, a small default linewidth is used to cover up the white lines. If float (e.g.
edgefix=0.5), this specific linewidth is used to cover up the white lines. This feature is automatically disabled when the patches have transparency.
bool, optional) – Whether to restrict the default
x) axis limits to account for only in-bounds data when the
y) axis limits have been locked. Default is
True. See also
label, value (
str, optional) – The single legend label or colorbar coordinate to be used for this plotted element. Can be numeric or string. This is generally used with 1D positional arguments.
labels, values (sequence of
floator sequence of
str, optional) – The legend labels or colorbar coordinates used for each plotted element. Can be numeric or string, and must match the number of plotted elements. This is generally used with 2D positional arguments.
str, optional) – If not
None, this is a location specifying where to draw an inset or outer colorbar from the resulting object(s). If
True, the default
'right'is used. If the same location is used in successive plotting calls, object(s) will be added to the existing colorbar in that location (valid for colorbars built from lists of artists). Valid locations are shown in in
str, optional) – Location specifying where to draw an inset or outer legend from the resulting object(s). If
True, the default
'best'is used. If the same location is used in successive plotting calls, object(s) will be added to existing legend in that location. Valid locations are shown in
**kwargs – Passed to