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Create broken axes

Project description

brokenaxes makes matplotlib plots with breaks in the axes for showing data across a discontinuous range.

Features:
* Break x and/or y axes.
* Supports multiple breaks on a single axis.
* Automatically scales axes according to relative ranges.
* Plot multiple lines.
* Legend with positioning relative to entire broken axes object
* x and y label centered to entire x and y plot
* Make brokenaxes object a subplot itself with subplot_spec from GridSpec.

Example usage:

```
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
from brokenaxes import brokenaxes
import numpy as np

fig = plt.figure(figsize=(5,2))
bax = brokenaxes(xlims=((0, .1), (.4, .7)), ylims=((-1, .7), (.79, 1)), hspace=.05)
x = np.linspace(0, 1, 100)
bax.plot(x, np.sin(10 * x), label='sin')
bax.plot(x, np.cos(10 * x), label='cos')
bax.legend(loc=3)
bax.set_xlabel('time')
bax.set_ylabel('value')
```

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