I would like to know if it possible (or the feature will be added) to directly display graphs from matplotlib without having to save the figure.
For me it's a critical feature as I have to do quantitative analysis.
Not sure if this is possible, but...
It may be possible to save the image and then open it in another python program (like Tkinter)
here is a code snippet for using an image in tkinter's window
My best guess would be to save the image and immediately open it in a python Tkinter window for displaying
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