Matplotlib plotting stuff
# FigureFirst FigureFirst is a python 3.5+ library to decorate and parse SVG files so they can serve as layout documents for matplotlib figures. * See our github page for readme and examples: http://flyranch.github.io/figurefirst/ * Read the docs: https://figurefirst.readthedocs.io/en/latest/index.html * Read our Scipy 2017 proceedings: http://conference.scipy.org/proceedings/scipy2017/lindsay.html
If you use FigureFirst, please cite the above paper to help others find FigureFirst.
`bash pip install figurefirst `
## Use with Inkscape FigureFirst is developed and tested with Inkscape. Some versions and settings of Inkscape are very slow. Try Inkscape 0.92: https://inkscape.org/en/release/0.92.3/
### Installing Inkscape 0.92 on Ubuntu You can install Inkscape 0.92 using ppa: * sudo add-apt-repository ppa:inkscape.dev/stable * sudo apt update * sudo apt install inkscape
### Optimizing Inkscape settings Try increasing the Rendering Tile Multiplier: * Edit > Preference > Rending * Rendering Tile Multiplier = 50 Restart Inkscape
### Installing figurefirst extensions
This package includes a console script, figurefirst_ext to install inkscape extensions. It tries to infer the default installation path for your OS (do figurefirst_ext –help to see what they are), or you can pass a path in manually, e.g..
`bash figurefirst_ext ~/.config/inkscape/extensions `
- Clone this repo
- Test locally by running pytest - To keep the test output files for inspection, add the –keep_files option - To test against all supported python versions, run tox
- Enable your github account with travis for continuous integration
- Raise a pull request
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