I want to make a set of subplots from a multidimensional array using Breloff's Julia Plots. This plot function takes a varargs input and makes them into subplots, but I can't seem to feed my array in properly and am probably overlooking something simple. For example with an array
a = randn(5,5,8) a = a.-mean(a) a = a./maximum(extrema(a))
If I want to plot some of the 5x5 slices as heatmaps, I can do:
plot(heatmap(a[:,:,1], aspect_ratio=:equal, clims=(-1,1), title=string(1)), heatmap(a[:,:,2], aspect_ratio=:equal, clims=(-1,1), title=string(2)), heatmap(a[:,:,3], aspect_ratio=:equal, clims=(-1,1), title=string(3)))
but if I want to do all eight (or a variable number which is my goal), I can't make it work with a loop or a splat. I tried the latter to create a tuple but got an error:
plot(tuple([heatmap(a[:,:,i], aspect_ratio=:equal, clims=(-1,1)) for i in 1:8]...)) LoadError: MethodError: Cannot `convert` an object of type String to an object of type MethodError This may have arisen from a call to the constructor MethodError(...), since type constructors fall back to convert methods. while loading In, in expression starting on line 1
What is the best approach here?