* wpylib.math.fitting.stochastic: Added plot_curve_errorbar.

Wirawan Purwanto 9 years ago
parent 70ae2812c3
commit 6333d20d67
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@ -397,7 +397,7 @@ class StochasticFitting(object):
# Formatted as an array of "errorbar" objects
final_mc_curve = numpy.array([errorbar(y,dy) for (y,dy) in final_mc_curve], dtype=errorbar)
raise ValueError, "Unsupported outfmt value=%s." % (outfmt)
raise ValueError, "Unsupported outfmt value=%s." % (outfmt,)
return final_mc_curve
def mcfit_dump_param_samples(self, out):
@ -414,3 +414,94 @@ class StochasticFitting(object):
def plot_curve_errorbar(sfit, fig=None, fig_axis=0,
colors=('0.80', 'red', 'green'),
keys=('Stochastic fit', 'Experiment', 'Deterministic'),
title='Comparing fits: stochastic vs deterministic'):
"""Plots the curve with errorbar & final MC fit of the curve.
The input object is the MC fitting output (a StochasticFitting object).
This routine draws the stochastic fit result (shade, midpoint)
together with the raw y +/- dy data (if available) and
the deterministic nonlinear fit.
The `colors` is a 3-tuple argument controlling the color and
possibly other attributes of each plot.
Each tuple member can be a valid color argument (original way), or a dict
(more control).
Set this to None if you want to turn off a plot."""
from matplotlib import pyplot
if fig == None:
fig = pyplot.figure()
ax = fig.add_subplot(1, 1, 1)
ax = fig.axes[fig_axis]
samples_x = sfit.samples_x[0]
samples_xmin = samples_x.min()
samples_xmax = samples_x.max()
samples_xrange = samples_xmax - samples_xmin
if len_plot_x == None:
len_plot_x = 4*len(samples_x)
plot_x = numpy.linspace(start=samples_xmin - 0.03 * samples_xrange,
stop=samples_xmax + 0.03 * samples_xrange,
#make_curve_errorbar(sfit, plot_x)
# -> use mcfit_eval instead:
final_mc_curve = sfit.mcfit_eval(x=plot_x)
mc_y = final_mc_curve['val']
mc_dy = final_mc_curve['err']
# save info on axis class (!!!)
ax._plot_mc_curve_x = plot_x[0]
ax._plot_mc_curve_y = final_mc_curve
if False:
print plot_x[0]
print mc_y
global dbg
dbg = struct()
dbg.x = plot_x[0]
dbg.y = mc_y
def colordict(c, **defaults):
cdict = defaults.copy()
if isinstance(c, dict):
cdict.update(color=c) # old default--scalar is a color argument.
return cdict
# *1* Smooth plot (the stochastic fit result), errorbar shading:
if colors[0] is not None:
ax.fill_between(x=plot_x[0], y1=mc_y-mc_dy, y2=mc_y+mc_dy, **colordict(colors[0], alpha=0.55))
#print "colordict = ", colordict(colors[0], alpha=0.55)
# *2* Smooth plot (the stochastic fit result), mid-points only (no connecting line):
if colors[1] is not None:
ax.plot(plot_x[0], mc_y, 'x', label=keys[0], **colordict(colors[1]))
#ax.errorbar(x=plot_x[0], y=mc_y, yerr=mc_dy, fmt='+-', label='Stochastic fit')
# *3* Raw data point:
if hasattr(sfit, "samples_y") and hasattr(sfit, "samples_dy"):
ax.errorbar(x=samples_x, y=sfit.samples_y, yerr=sfit.samples_dy,
fmt="o", label=keys[1],
if colors[2] is not None:
# *4* Smooth plot, line from deterministic fitting
# This will significantly differ from *2* if the stochastic plot fails.
nlf_y = sfit.func(sfit.log_nlf_params, plot_x)
ax.plot(plot_x[0], nlf_y, label=keys[2],
return fig