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pylab_with_gtk.py

00001 """
An example of how to use pylab to manage your figure windows, but
modify the GUI by accessing the underlying gtk widgets
"""
import matplotlib
matplotlib.use('GTKAgg')
from pylab import get_current_fig_manager, subplot, plot, legend, connect, show

ax = subplot(111)
plot([1,2,3], 'ro-', label='easy as 1 2 3')
plot([1,4,9], 'gs--', label='easy as 1 2 3 squared')
legend()


manager = get_current_fig_manager()
# you can also access the window or vbox attributes this way
toolbar = manager.toolbar

# now let's add a button to the toolbar
import gtk
next = 8; #where to insert this in the mpl toolbar
button = gtk.Button('Click me')
button.show()

def clicked(button):
    print 'hi mom'
button.connect('clicked', clicked)

toolitem = gtk.ToolItem()
toolitem.show()
toolitem.set_tooltip(
    toolbar.tooltips,
    'Click me for fun and profit')

toolitem.add(button)
toolbar.insert(toolitem, next); next +=1

# now let's add a widget to the vbox
label = gtk.Label()
label.set_markup('Drag mouse over axes for position')
label.show()
vbox = manager.vbox
vbox.pack_start(label, False, False)
vbox.reorder_child(manager.toolbar, -1)

def update(event):
    if event.xdata is None:
        label.set_markup('Drag mouse over axes for position')
    else:
        label.set_markup('<span color="#ef0000">x,y=(%f, %f)</span>'%(event.xdata, event.ydata))

connect('motion_notify_event', update)

show()

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