# torchplot - Plotting pytorch tensors made easy!

• Are you using matplotlib.pyplot to plot pytorch tensors?
• Do you forget to call .cpu().detach().numpy() everytime you want to plot a tensor?

Then torchplot may be something for you. torchplot is a simple drop-in replacement for plotting pytorch tensors. We simply override every matplotlib.pyplot function such that pytorch tensors are automatically converted.

Simply just change your default matplotlib import statement:

from matplotlib.pyplot import *


use

from torchplot import *


import matplotlib.pyplot as plt


use

import torchplot as plt


Herafter, then you can remove every .cpu().detach().numpy() (or variations heroff) from your code and everything should just work. If you do not want to mix implementations, we recommend importing torchplot as seperaly package:

import torchplot as tp


## Installation

Simple as

pip install torchplot


## Example

# lets make a scatter plot of two pytorch variables that are stored on gpu
import torch
import torchplot as plt
plt.plot(x, y, '.') # easy and simple


## Requirements

Tested using torch>=1.6 and matplotlib>=3.3.3 but should perfectly work with both earlier and later versions.

## Licence

Please observe the Apache 2.0 license that is listed in this repository.

## BibTeX

If you want to cite the framework feel free to use this (but only if you loved it 😊):

@article{detlefsen2021torchplot,
title={TorchPlot},
author={Detlefsen, Nicki S. and Hauberg, Søren},
journal={GitHub. Note: https://github.com/MachineLearningLifeScience/torchplot},
year={2021}
}


## Project details

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