In matplotlib, what is the difference betweent set_xlim and set_xbound?

From the help:

set_xlim: Set the data limits for the xaxis.

set_xbound: Set the lower and upper numerical bounds of the x-axis.

That is not very clear, so let’s say that I plot something:

import matplotlib.pylab as plt
fig, ax = plt.subplots(1, 1)
ax.plot(xrange(10), xrange(10))

Now, either I do:

ax.set_xlim(2, 7)


ax.set_xbound(2, 7)

I do not see the difference. I can dragg the plot, all the line is ploted between 0 and 9.


The bound can changes automatically, if you later plot something that is not within the bound. In contrast, limits are fixed and do not change automatically.

import pylab as p

t = p.arange(0.0, 2.0, 0.01)
s = p.sin(2*p.pi*t)

ax.plot(t, s, color='r',linewidth=1.0)
ax.plot(t, s+1, color='g',linewidth=1.0, label="Graph2")

ax.plot(t, s, color='r',linewidth=1.0)
ax.plot(t, s+1, color='g',linewidth=1.0, label="Graph2")

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