Plotting a Map without any Axes¶
This examples shows you how to plot a Map without any annotations at all, i.e. to save as an image.
Start by importing the necessary modules.
import astropy.units as u import matplotlib.pyplot as plt import sunpy.map from sunpy.data.sample import AIA_171_IMAGE
smap = sunpy.map.Map(AIA_171_IMAGE)
Plot the Map without a frame.
# Setup a frameless figure and an axes which spans the whole canvas. figure = plt.figure(frameon=False) axes = plt.Axes(figure, [0., 0., 1., 1.]) # Disable the axis and add them to the figure. axes.set_axis_off() figure.add_axes(axes) # Plot the map without any annotations # This might raise a warning about the axes being wrong but we can ignore this # as we are not plotting any axes. im = smap.plot(axes=axes, annotate=False, clip_interval=(1, 99.99)*u.percent)
/home/docs/checkouts/readthedocs.org/user_builds/sunpy/conda/v1.1.4/lib/python3.8/site-packages/sunpy/map/mapbase.py:1722: SunpyUserWarning: WCSAxes not being used as the axes object for this plot. Plots may have unexpected behaviour. To fix this pass 'projection=map' when creating the axes warnings.warn("WCSAxes not being used as the axes object for this plot." /home/docs/checkouts/readthedocs.org/user_builds/sunpy/conda/v1.1.4/lib/python3.8/site-packages/sunpy/map/mapbase.py:1728: SunpyUserWarning: The axes of this map are not aligned to the pixel grid. Plot axes may be incorrect. warnings.warn("The axes of this map are not aligned to the pixel grid. Plot axes may be incorrect.",
At this point you could save the figure with
plt.savefig() or show it:
Total running time of the script: ( 0 minutes 0.493 seconds)