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How to change the frequency of x ticks for time data?

How can I change the frequency of my x ticks to every hour using matplotlib.pyplot? I looked at similar posts, but could not figure out how to apply their solutions to my data since I only have times, not full dates. Here’s an example of my data: Answer See:

Getting error “unhashable type: ‘numpy.ndarray’ ” while trying to plot vectors from two different .nc files

I have read two files using open_mfdataset. What I’m trying to do is create a vector plot for the wind stress data for which the i and j components are stored in two different files. This is the data description But while trying to do the vector plotting using quiver I’m getting this unhashable typeerror. Answer You’re using matplotlib.pyplot.quiver, which

seaborn relplot x values adjustment

I have two parameters from panda’s dataframe, bmi and heart_disease. I want to show them with relplot, it shows information that other plots lose. I used this simple code: The heart_disease parameter only has two values: 1 or 0. However, the plot gave me a whole range of numbers from 0 to 1. How do I make it only 0

Matplotlib – Delete lines from a 3d quiver plot

I would like to graphically represent the time trend of a three-dimensional reference frame using Matplotlib and the quiver function. In an event, I simulated the data representing the reference frame through the definition of a 3×3 rotation matrix. Each time the event occurs, it should delete the previous reference frame and display the new one. Here is my code

Plotting time series directly with Pandas

In the above dataframe, all I want to create a line plot so that we have info on trends per year for each of the columns. I’ve read about pivot-table on related posts, but when I implement that, it says there are no numbers to aggregate. I don’t want to aggregate something. I just need the y-axis in terms of