annotating last price to edge of matplotlib graph example 
annotating last price to edge of matplotlib graph example
by Harrison Kinsley
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Date Added: August 11, 2016

Lecture Description

In this Matplotlib tutorial, we're going to show an example of how we can track the last price of a stock, by annotating it to the right side of the axis like a lot of charting applications will do.

While people like to see historical prices in their live graphs, they also want to see the most recent price. What most applications do, is the annotate the last price at the y-axis height of the price, and then kind of highlight it and move it around a bit in a box of sorts as price changes. Using our recently-learned annotation tutorial, we can do this along with adding a bbox.

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Course Description

Learn how to visualize data in the form of line graphs, bar charts, pie charts, 3D graphs, and more with Python 3 and Matplotlib.

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