Commit a8ac6ee3 authored by Daniel Brown's avatar Daniel Brown
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adding in styles argument

parent 9acf1206
import pykat
from pykat import finesse
from pykat.detectors import *
......@@ -32,7 +32,7 @@ attr m1 Rc 1
kat = finesse.kat()
kat.add(xaxis("log", [1, 360], kat.m2.phi, 500))
kat.add(xaxis("lin", [1, 360], kat.m2.phi, 500))
kat.m1.Rcx = -1000.0
kat.m1.Rcy = -1000.0
......@@ -43,4 +43,4 @@ kat.maxtem = 0
out =
fig = out.plot()
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fig = out.plot(styles={'circ':'c:'}, yaxis="log abs:deg")
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......@@ -259,7 +259,7 @@ class katRun(object):
print("One xaxis used: %s" % kat.xaxis.getFinesseText())
def plot(self, detectors=None, filename=None, show=True, yaxis=None, legend=True, loc=0, title=None):
def plot(self, detectors=None, filename=None, show=True, yaxis=None, legend=True, loc=0, title=None, styles=None):
This will generate a plot for the output data of this particular pykat run.
It will attempt to generate a plot that shows all the various traces and plots
......@@ -275,6 +275,7 @@ class katRun(object):
legend: True | False - whether to include a legend
loc: Location value for the legend, the usual matplotlib one.
title: Provide a title for the plot if required.
styles: A dictionary which keys being the detector names and the value being a colour and linestyle of the sort 'k:'
import matplotlib.pyplot as pyplot
import pykat.plotting as plt
......@@ -349,12 +350,15 @@ class katRun(object):
for det in detectors:
if not getattr(kat, det).noplot:
if not dual_plot:
plot_cmd1(self.x, _func1(self[det]), label=det)
if dual_plot:
ax = pyplot.subplot(2,1,1)
if styles is not None and det in styles:
l, = plot_cmd1(self.x, _func1(self[det]), styles[det], label=det)
l, = plot_cmd1(self.x, _func1(self[det]), label=det)
if dual_plot:
plot_cmd2(self.x, _func2(self[det]), color=l.get_color(), ls=l.get_linestyle(), label=det)
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