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How to plot in seperate window using Jupyter notebook?

asked 2020-07-17 11:17:39 +0200

PaulEbert gravatar image

Hello Guys,

I spend quite some time approximating a 1-manifold via a list of points, that I now want to plot. Is there a way to have a nice big window showing the interactive plot, instead of the small image, which is shown inline per default?

I'm using something like

plot = list_plot(firstList, plotjoined=True, color = 'blue')
plot += list_plot(secondList, plotjoined=True, color = 'red')

to plot two components of the manifold in one image. Sorry, but I can't show an screenshot of the output, because I'm new here and missing points (<60) to upload :( Alternatively, I tried adjusting the figsize, but nothing changed that way.

Thank you for your help!

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answered 2020-07-17 14:48:26 +0200

eric_g gravatar image

In the threejs menu that you get by clicking on the circled "i" at the bottom right of the plot, select Save as HTML and then open the output file graphic.html in a new window of your browser.

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Thanks for your answer! Is there any way to make the axis labels more sharp? In my case they appear in very low resolution, while the plot itself doesn't. Another thing I noticed: For some reason no legend appears next to the plot, even though I tried coding it in.

PaulEbert gravatar imagePaulEbert ( 2020-07-17 15:53:48 +0200 )edit

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