Ideas about the following plot
I have created the following plot, which represent 2 arrays, one are real values and the other is the ground truth. The size of the two arrays are very different: ground truth ~ 1000 values real values ~ 50 values The plot has to be as suggestive as possible so the two can be compared plot: code: x, y = np.loadtxt('Import//plot_gt.csv',delimiter=',',unpack=True) x1, y1 = np.loadtxt('Import//plot_rl.csv',delimiter=',',unpack=True) fig = plt.figure() ax1 = plt.subplot2grid((1,1),(0,0)) ax1.step(x1,y1,linewidth=2,color='#a01422',label='Real values') ax1.step(x,y,linewidth=1,marker='o',markersize=10,color='#adba3b',label='Ground truth',alpha=0.8) fill_between_steps(ax1,x,y) plt.yticks([1,2,3,4]) Do you guys have any idea how to make such a representation be more intuitive?
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