This module provides routines to adjust subplot params so that subplots are nicely fit in the figure. In doing so, only axis labels, tick labels, axes titles and offsetboxes that are anchored to axes are currently considered.
Internally, it assumes that the margins (left_margin, etc.) which are differences between ax.get_tightbbox and ax.bbox are independent of axes position. This may fail if Axes.adjustable is datalim. Also, This will fail for some cases (for example, left or right margin is affected by xlabel).
matplotlib.tight_layout.auto_adjust_subplotpars(fig, renderer, nrows_ncols, num1num2_list, subplot_list, ax_bbox_list=None, pad=1.08, h_pad=None, w_pad=None, rect=None)
Return a dict of subplot parameters to adjust spacing between subplots or
None if resulting axes would have zero height or width.
Note that this function ignores geometry information of subplot itself, but uses what is given by the nrows_ncols and num1num2_list parameters. Also, the results could be incorrect if some subplots have
Return a list of subplotspec from the given list of axes.
For an instance of axes that does not support subplotspec, None is inserted in the list.
If grid_spec is given, None is inserted for those not from the given grid_spec.
matplotlib.tight_layout.get_tight_layout_figure(fig, axes_list, subplotspec_list, renderer, pad=1.08, h_pad=None, w_pad=None, rect=None)
Return subplot parameters for tight-layouted-figure with specified padding.
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