ATLAS style for Matplotlib 3.0+
Provides a Matplotlib style replicating that used by the ATLAS collaboration.
Please open an issue if you find this style deviates from the guidelines.
Install from PyPI using pip:
pip install atlas-mpl-style
In addition, this package also provides:
- A matplotlib style based on the background / foreground from the VIM
scheme, along with a print version with a white background.
- The default color cycle in all three styles is generated with HCL Wizard
- Additional Matplotlib color definitions based on the Paper theme, and the Oceanic Next theme
- A function to draw the ATLAS label (requires usetex: true as set by the included ATLAS style)
TeXLive and Fonts Needed
When using the ATLAS style, text is typeset using LaTeX. A working TeXLive installation providing the following is required:
- TeX Gyre Heros
- physics (the package)
To check if all necessary packages are installed, try building atlas_mpl_style/testing/ampl-test.tex.
On Arch (and related distributions), the texlive-most group is sufficient.
On Debian (Jessie or above) or Ubuntu (18.04+), the following set of packages should be sufficient. It is however highly recommended that you install texlive-full to obtain a complete installation of texlive.
On CentOS 7, the supplied TeXLive (2012) is extremely old. TeXLive should be installed from upstream.
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