python - suptitle - matplotlib xlabel position
Matplotlib suptitle prints over old title (2)
figure.suptitle returns a
matplotlib.text.Text instance. You can save it and set the new title:
txt = fig.suptitle('A test title') txt.set_text('A better title') plt.draw()
I am trying to use
suptitle to print a title, and I want to occationally replace this title. Currently I am using:
where figure is a matplotlib figure (canvas1 is an mplCanvas, but that is not relevant) and title is a python string.
Currently, this works, except for the fact that when I run this code again later, it just prints the new text on top of the old, resulting in a gargeled, unreadable title.
How do you replace the old
suptitle of a figure, instead of just printing over?
Resurrecting this old thread because I recently ran into this. There is a references to the Text object returned by the original setting of suptitle in figure.texts. You can use this to change the original until this is fixed in matplotlib.