Fix Version/s: None
These scripts were being developed on an old version of matplotlib (which was being provided by the shared stack on tiger at Princeton – this has recently been updated). The shared stacks on lsst-dev and tiger (at Princeton) provide a newer version which results in deprecation warnings and badly formatted plots (to the point where axis labels fall off the side of the figures). This makes several tweaks to adapt to the currently supplied shared stack versions:
Current on lsst-dev is matplotlib.__version__ '2.0.0'
Current on tiger at Princeton is: matplotlib.__version__ '2.0.2'
Tim Morton [X] (Inactive) added a comment -
All these plots look good, so it appears as though all the mpl 2.0 issues have been ironed out.
Tim Morton [X] (Inactive) added a comment - All these plots look good, so it appears as though all the mpl 2.0 issues have been ironed out.
Michael Wood-Vasey is interested in talking about matplotlib2 migration at LSST2017 next week. We are mentioning it as a hack lounge option, with an aim of by the end of the week suggesting we drop older matplotlibs.