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> after iterating with Michael A. Rawlins over my previous attempt to code
> a Taylor diagram (see ), here's a new version of my code, along with
> an example plot. Maybe it could make its way into the gallery as an
> example of Floating Axes and Grid Finder (even though I'm not sure the
> code is particularly exemplary, comments are welcome).
> BTW, is there a plan to "organize" the Matplotlib gallery into a more
> structured list of examples, e.g. with sections "Basics", "Subplots",
> "Axes", "Projections", "3D", "Advanced", etc. I'm getting lost sometimes
> with all those pretty graphics on a single page: although it makes its
> point at proving matplotlib is a *very* good library, this might not be
> very pedagogical for newbies.
Such a reorganization (ideally with some pruning and editing) has been
an obvious need for a long time, but I am not aware of any plan to do
it. So far, no one has volunteered.