so now i wanted to do:
but the maximum value always return the same value regardless what range i set (i am sure that the xmax will be higher for (1,100) than other region.
any workaround ?
ROOT Version: 6.24
Platform: centos 7 (conda)
Compiler: Not Provided
To ensure that the maximum value of the y-axis is updated after setting the range of the x-axis, you can use the following workaround:
This will force the y-axis to update its maximum value based on the new range of the x-axis.
Here is an example of how to use the workaround:
`import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
Create a figure and plot some data.
fig, ax = plt.subplots()
Set the range of the x-axis.
Force the y-axis to update its maximum value.
Get the maximum value of the y-axis.
ymax = ax.yaxis.get_xmax()
Print the maximum value of the y-axis.
i am confused … this is ROOT or matplotlib ?
yes, the above will not solve your ROOT question. As for your other post (Get mean, max, min y value for a specific range on x-axis for TGraphErrors), once I have a reproducer, I will try to help you.
sorry, i just realized this is a duplicated question … How can i delete this post ?
there is no need to delete this duplicated post, but I’ll be answering in the other post.
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