Adding multiple plots with different colorsChanging background color of figureChanging color based on valueChanging line color of a plotChanging the background color of a plotChanging the color of axesChanging the color of tick labelsDrawing semi-transparent plotsFilling in the area above a curveFilling in the area underneath a curveGetting specific color value from a color mapInverting color mapsMaking the background figure transparentShading an area
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Filling in the area underneath a curve in Matplotlib
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To fill the area underneath a curve in Matplotlib, use the
The three arguments that we've supplied to
fill_between(~) are as follows:
the x-values to shade
the upper bound of the y-values to shade in. Note that the lower bound is set to 0 by default.
the transparency of the shaded area.
This gives us the following output:
Adjusting the baseline
By default, the lower bound is fixed at y=0. We can set a custom baseline by supplying one additional argument:
Here, the second argument is our new baseline
y=1, and the upper bound is set to the line.
The output is as follows:
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