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The plot draws at y = -20, is there any way to force it to plot like normal (y=0)?

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Dear all,
I don't know why my plot starts plotting at -20!
Is there any way to plot it on the y=0?
Thank you

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Adam Danz
Adam Danz on 10 Sep 2020
Edited: Adam Danz on 10 Sep 2020
We don't have nearly enough information to understand what's causing those results.
Shots in the dark include.
  • You're using the BaseValue property of the bar() function to vertically offset the bar plot downward. The solution would be to remove that name-value pair or set its value to 0.
  • The y-tick labels have been set such that they no longer correspond to the actual y-ticks. The solution would be to stop setting the YTickLabel property of the axes.
  • Those are patch objects whose vertices are correctly mapped into the axes. If the place of the patch is unexpected, the solution would be to correct the patch vertices.
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Adam Danz
Adam Danz on 10 Sep 2020
I don't know how ylim would have caused that problem. Maybe you meant YTickLabel?
I'm glad my shot in the dark was helpful ;)

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