Makie overloads the
FileIO interface, so it is simple to save Scenes as images.
To save a
scene as an image, you can just write e.g.:
Makie.save("plot.png", scene) Makie.save("plot.jpg", scene)
scene is the scene handle.
In the backend,
ImageMagick is used for the image format conversions.
Stepper is a scene type that simplifies the cumulative plotting, modifying of an existing scene, and saving of scenes. These are great for showing off progressive changes in plots, such as demonstrating the effects of theming or changing data.
You can initialize a
Stepper by doing:
st = Stepper(scene, @replace_with_a_path)
and save the scene content & increment the stepper by using:
function stepper_demo() scene = Scene() pos = (50, 50) steps = ["Step 1", "Step 2", "Step 3"] colors = AbstractPlotting.ColorBrewer.palette("Set1", length(steps)) lines!(scene, Rect(0,0,500,500), linewidth = 0.0001) # initialize the stepper and give it an output destination st = Stepper(scene, @replace_with_a_path) for i = 1:length(steps) text!( scene, steps[i], position = pos, align = (:left, :bottom), textsize = 100, font = "Blackchancery", color = colors[i], scale_plot = false ) pos = pos .+ 100 step!(st) # saves the step and increments the step by one end return st end stepper_demo()
For more info, consult the Example Gallery.