SceneObj.add_to_subplot(self, obj, row=0, col=0, row_span=1, col_span=1, title=None, title_size=12.0, title_color='white', title_bold=True, use_this_cam=False, rotate=None, zoom=None, camera_state={}, width_max=None, height_max=None)[source][source]

Add object to subplot.


The visbrain object to add.

rowint | 0

Row location for the object.

colint | 0

Columns location for the object.

row_spanint | 1

Number of rows to use.

col_spanint | 1

Number of columns to use.

titlestring | None

Subplot title.

title_sizefloat | 12.

Title font size.

title_colorstring/tuple/array_like | ‘white’

Color of the title.

title_boldbool | True

Use bold title.

use_this_cambool | False

If you add multiple objects to the same scene and if you want to use the camera of an object as the reference, turn this parameter to True.

rotatestring | None

Rotate the scene (only available for 3D objects). Use :

  • ‘top’ : top view

  • ‘bottom’ : bottom view

  • ‘left’ : left view

  • ‘right’ : right view

  • ‘front’ : front view

  • ‘back’ : bottom view

  • ‘side-fl’ : side view (front-left)

  • ‘side-fr’ : side view (front-right)

  • ‘side-bl’ : side view (back-left)

  • ‘side-br’ : side view (back-right)

zoomfloat | None

Zoom level. If zoom is in ]0, 1[, the size of the object decrease. If zoom=1, no zoom is applied. If zoom > 1., the size of the object increase. For example, zoom=2 means that the displayed object will appear twice as large.

camera_statedict | {}

Arguments to pass to the camera.

width_maxfloat | None

Maximum width of the subplot.

height_maxfloat | None

Maximum height of the subplot.