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September 1, 2021

My preferred Julia IDE after 3 months of coding.

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  • > Am I missing some obvious hack to make the plots show up larger?

    You are probably using an out-dated version for Plots.jl and/or GR.jl.

  • To change the default plot size in a Jupyter notebook, when using Plots.jl with the GR backend, I do this:

    Plots.gr(format=:png, size=(768,512), legend=false)

    before calling Plots.plot() or Plots.heatmap(), etc.

    You can set the size to something even larger if you want. I sometimes plot (or heatmap) data from very large arrays. I found that the default format (SVG, I think) resulted in very large notebook files. Setting the format to PNG solved this problem.

    Hope that helps you!

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