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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Shading an area in Matplotlib
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To shade an area in Matplotlib, use the
plt.xlim(0, 3)plt.ylim(1.5, 4.5)plt.fill([1,2,2,1], [4,4,2,2], "blue", alpha=0.3, edgecolor="red")plt.show()
Here, the first argument is an array of the x coordinates, from top-left clockwise. The second argument is an array of the y-coordinates, again, from top-left clockwise.
The output is as follows:
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