# Implemented Methods#

The following methods are available, instead of by giving `x`

and `y`

as
the first two arguments, by giving `t`

, `l`

, `r`

as the first three
arguments:

`ax.text`

`ax.plot`

`ax.scatter`

`ax.fill`

`ax.tricontour`

`ax.tricontourf`

`ax.tripcolor`

`ax.triplot`

Similarly, the following methods are available by giving,
`t`

, `l`

, `r`

, `dt`

, `dl`

, `dr`

as the first six arguments
instead of `x`

, `y`

, `dx`

, `dy`

:

`ax.arrow`

`ax.quiver`

Note

In the methods above, by setting the corresponding `transform`

,
one CAN still pass `x`

and `y`

for the plots onto the Cartesian
coordinates like data, axes, figure, and display coordinates
of Matplotlib `Axes`

.

The following methods are for binned plots.
The first three arguments are for `t`

, `l`

, and `r`

, and `gridsize`

must
be one integer value.

`ax.hexbin`

`ax.tribin`

Furthermore, the following methods and attributes are implemented, which should work as expected from the correspondences of Matplotlib:

- Similarly to
`ax.get_xlabel`

and`ax.get_ylabel`

: `ax.get_tlabel`

`ax.get_llabel`

`ax.get_rlabel`

- Similarly to
- Similarly to
`ax.set_xlabel`

and`ax.set_ylabel`

: `ax.set_tlabel`

`ax.set_llabel`

`ax.set_rlabel`

- Similarly to
- Similarly to
`ax.axhline`

and`ax.axvline`

: `ax.axtline`

`ax.axlline`

`ax.axrline`

- Similarly to
- Similarly to
`ax.axhspan`

and`ax.axvshan`

: `ax.axtspan`

`ax.axlspan`

`ax.axrspan`

- Similarly to
- Similarly to
`ax.xaxis`

and`ax.yaxis`

: `ax.taxis`

`ax.laxis`

`ax.raxis`

- Similarly to

Note

All the above methods and attributes are designed to be accessible only via the object-oriented API of Matplotlib. The pyplot API may not work as expected.