Axis scale composed of arbitrary piecewise linear transformations. The axis can undergo discrete jumps, “accelerations”, or “decelerations” between successive thresholds. Adapted from this stackoverflow post.
*args ((thresh_1, scale_1, …, thresh_N, [scale_N]), optional) – Sequence of “thresholds” and “scales”. If the final scale is omitted (i.e. you passed an odd number of arguments) it is set to
scale_iin the sequence can be interpreted as follows:
scale_i < 1, the axis is decelerated from
scale_N, the axis is decelerated everywhere above
scale_i > 1, the axis is accelerated from
scale_N, the axis is accelerated everywhere above
scale_i == numpy.inf, the axis discretely jumps from
thresh_i+1. The final scale
>>> import proplot as plot ... import numpy as np ... scale = plot.CutoffScale(10, 0.5) # move slower above 10 ... scale = plot.CutoffScale(10, 2, 20) # zoom out between 10 and 20 ... scale = plot.CutoffScale(10, np.inf, 20) # jump from 10 to 20
The registered scale name.