Unverified Commit 2d66bb33 authored by Somnath, Suhas's avatar Somnath, Suhas Committed by GitHub
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Update ToDo.rst

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Plot Utils
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* plot_map -combine this with single_img_cbar_plot
* plot_map
* single_img_cbar_plot - It is OK to spend a lot of time on single_img_cbar_plot and plot_map since these will be used HEAVILY for papers.
1. Combine with plot_map
2. allow the tick labels to be specified instead of just the x_size and y_size.
3. Rename this function to something more sensible
4. Color bar should be shown by default
1. allow the tick labels to be specified instead of just the x_size and y_size.
* plot_loops
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2. Apply appropriate x, y, label font sizes etc. This should look very polished and ready for publications
3. Enable use of kwargs - to specify line widths etc.
* Plot_complex_map_stack
1. allow kwargs.
2. Use plot_map
3. Respect font sizes for x, y labels, titles - use new kwargs wherever necessary
4. Remove map as a kwarg
5. Show color bars
6. Possibly allow horizontal / vertical configurations? (Optional)
* plot_complex_loop_stack
1. Respect font sizes for x, y labels, titles - use new kwargs wherever necessary
2. Allow individual plots sizes to be specified
3. Allow **kwargs and pass two plot functions
* plotScree
1. rename to plot_scree
2. Use **kwargs on the plot function
* plot_map_stack:
1. Respect tick, x label, y label, title, etc font sizes
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External user contributions
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* Li Xin classification code
* Ondrej Dyck’s atom finding code – written but needs work before fully integrated
* Ondrej Dyck’s atom finding code – written well but needs to work on images with different kinds of atoms
* Nina Wisinger’s processing code (Tselev) – in progress
* Sabine Neumeyer's cKPFM code
* Iaroslav Gaponenko's Distort correct code from - https://github.com/paruch-group/distortcorrect.
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