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At the end of the last function I call in one of my programs, I have the following code to plot a simple color plot.
plt.figure() plt.pcolormesh(X,Y,Z) plt.colorbar() plt.show()
Afterwords I return to main and my program is complete. The plot displays as expected, however when I go to close it using the x button in the corner (on ubuntu), my program doesn’t end. It just hangs there with a process running. How can I correct this?
your matplotlib might be running in non-interactive mode for some reason.
I am not sure how to prevent that in your local configuration but if you add either this:
somewhere at the beginning of your script, it should change the behaviour of your plots.
For interactive mode, You need this at the head of file:
import matplotlib matplotlib.use("TkAgg")