When plotting multiple subplots using matplotlib, the axes rarely look
pretty with the default configuration. Since matplotlib figures are
abstract objects, designed for consistency in print as well as on
screen, tweaking their layout can get tricky.
Today, I spent more than two hours trying to figure out why, despite
things working out fine in my development scikits.learn folder,
python setup.py install would completely ignore the module I
refactored into a subpackage.
I imagined that simply adding it to the parent __init__.py __all__
The fifth scikits.learn coding sprint took place Friday, April 1st
2011. For anyone who is not familiar with it, scikits.learn is a fast
and easy to use machine learning toolkit for the pylab environment
(Python, NumPy, SciPy, Matplotlib.)