Hi to all,

I spent about 3 hours trying to fix a plotting problem I have with

matplotlib.pyplot...unfortunately without any sucess.

I want to have a logarithmic xaxis in my contourf plot. Since this is not

directly possible, I took the log10 of the axis and simply used them. Doing

so, I get some white space inside the plot for some reason. Can someone give

me a hint why this is happening? I use the following fraction of code:

#without log scale

plt.figure(11), plt.cla()

cf1 = plt.contourf(f_psd_welch, traverseCoord,

10*np.log10(psd_hotwire_FS_welch),cmap='viridis')

cbar1 = plt.colorbar(cf1)

plt.xlim([min(f_psd_welch), max(f_psd_welch)]), plt.ylim([-50, 50])

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http://matplotlib.1069221.n5.nabble.com/file/t5112/normalX.png>

#with logscale

plt.figure(11), plt.cla()

cf1 = plt.contourf(np.log10(f_psd_welch), traverseCoord,

10*np.log10(psd_hotwire_FS_welch),cmap='viridis')

cbar1 = plt.colorbar(cf1)

plt.xlim([min(np.log10(f_psd_welch[1:])), max(np.log10(f_psd_welch[1:]))]),

plt.ylim([-50, 50])

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http://matplotlib.1069221.n5.nabble.com/file/t5112/logX.png>

The output is attached.

I would be happy about any help!

Thanks,

Dimitri

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