Resolved: Matplotlib figures not showing up or displaying


I think a better title for this blog post might be: How I lost a day of productivity to Ubuntu, virtual environments, matplotlib, and rendering backends.

Over the weekend I was playing around with deep learning on my Ubuntu system and went to plot the accuracy scores of my classifier. I coded up a quick Python script using matplotlib, executed the script, only to not have the figure displayed to my screen.

My script executed just fine. No error messages. No warnings. But there was still no plot to be found!

This is actually a common problem I’ve ran into over the past few months, especially when working with Debian based operating systems such as Ubuntu and Raspbian. This issue is only further compounded when utilizing virtual environments via the virtualenv and virtualenvwrapper packages.

The issue actually stems from the matplotlib backend not being properly set, or from a missing dependency when compiling and installing matplotlib. Luckily, after a lot of trial and error (and spending an entire day trying to come up with a solution), I have been able to resolve the problem and get matplotlib figures to show up and display on my screen on both the Ubuntu and Raspbian operating systems (and when using Python virtual environments).

While this post is not exactly related to computer vision or OpenCV, I still want to share my experience and solution with other PyImageSearch readers. Matplotlib is a heavily used package in the Python scientific community and I hope that this article helps other readers resolve this strange and hard to pinpoint issue.

Setting the stage

Let’s go ahead and set the stage.

  • We’re using a Debian based operating system such as Ubuntu or Raspbian.
  • We’re (optionally) utilizing Python virtual environments via virtualenv and virtualenvwrapper.
  • And our goal is to take the following image (left) and compute a grayscale pixel intensity histogram for it using matplotlib (right):
Figure 1: Our end goal is to utilize matplotlib to display a grayscale pixel intensity for the image on the left.

Figure 1: Our end goal is to utilize matplotlib to display a grayscale pixel intensity for the image on the left.

Since we are using matplotlib, let’s create a new virtual environment called plotting :

Now that we’re in the plotting  environment, let’s install numpy , scipy , and matplotlib :

Awesome — all of our Python dependencies are installed. Now, let’s write a few lines of code to load the image, convert it to grayscale, compute a histogram over the grayscale image, and finally display it to our screen. I’ll throw all this code into a file named :

The code here is fairly straightforward. Lines 1 and 2 import matplotlib  and cv2 . We then load our image and convert it to grayscale (Lines 4-9). From there the cv2.calcHist  function is used to compute a histogram over the grayscale pixel intensities. Finally, Lines 14-22 plot the histogram using matplotlib .

To execute our script, all we need to do is fire up and shell and issue the following command:

When I execute the code on my OSX machine in the plotting  virtual environment, the histogram is computed and both the grayscale image and histogram are displayed to my screen:

Figure 2: Using OSX, I can successfully plot and display my grayscale histogram using matplotlib.

Figure 2: Using OSX, I can successfully plot and display my grayscale histogram using matplotlib.

However, when I go over to my Ubuntu 14.04 machine and execute the exact same code all I see are my images:

Figure 3: I have executed the *exact same* code on my Ubuntu system in the plotting virtual environment. All I see are my images -- where did my histogram go? Why is there no error message?

Figure 3: I have executed the exact same code on my Ubuntu system in the plotting virtual environment. All I see are my images — where did my histogram go? Why is there no error message?

Which leads to the question: Where is the histogram?”

As we can see from the terminal output, the script executed just fine. No errors were displayed. No warning messages printed to my console. But yet there is not plot!

Resolved: Matplotlib figures not showing up or displaying

As I hinted at earlier in this post, the missing figure issue is related to the matplotlib backend that does all the heavy lifting behind the scenes to prepare the figure.

Popping into a shell, I can access the matplotlib backend using the matplotlib.get_backend() :

On my Ubuntu machine this gives me a value of agg ; however, through my testing and debugging, this value needs to be TkAgg  for the TkInter windowing system (at least when using Ubuntu and Raspbian).

Luckily, we can resolve this issue by using apt-get  to install a few libraries:

But we’re not quite done yet. In order to get matplotlib to recognize the TkInter GUI library, we need to:

  • Step 1: Access our plotting  virtual environment via workon plotting .
  • Step 2: Use pip to uninstall matplotlib (since we installed it via pip earlier in this article).
  • Step 3: Pull down matplotlib from the GitHub repo.
  • Step 4: Install matplotlib  from source using .

I can accomplish these steps using the following commands:

Again, you’ll want to ensure that you have installed TkInter via apt-get  before performing these steps.

After matplotlib  has been installed via source, let’s execute the get_backend()  function again:

Sure enough, we now see the TkAgg  is being used as the matplotlib  backend.

Note: You can explicitly instruct matplotlib  to use the TkAgg  backend by making a call to matplotlib.use("TkAgg") ; however, this won’t do you much good if the TkInter dependencies are not installed.

And now when we execute our  script, just like above:

We should now see both our grayscale image along with our histogram:

Figure 4: Success! Our matplotlib figure is now showing up! All we need to do was change the matplotlib backend.

Figure 4: Success! Our matplotlib figure is now showing up! All we need to do was change the matplotlib backend.

We have now fixed our issue — matplotlib figures are successfully being displayed on our screen!

Granted, this solution is a bit of a pain in the ass, but it’s fairly straightforward and gets the job done. If you have any other suggestions or comments, please feel free to leave them in the comments section.

What about the Raspberry Pi?

The Raspbian operating system, which many Raspberry Pi’s run, is Debian based just like Ubuntu. If you are having the same problems with matplotlib figures not displaying on your Raspberry Pi, the fix detailed in this blog post will resolve your plotting woes.

Can’t you just install matplotlib via apt-get?

The astute Debian user may be wondering why I didn’t simply install matplotlib  via apt-get , like this:

The reason is because I’m a heavy user of Python virtual environments and strictly believe in keeping my Python environments sequestered and independent of each other. If you use apt-get  to install matplotlib  you lose control over what version of matplotlib  you want to install — you simply have to use with whatever version is in the apt-get  repository. This also muddles your system install of Python which I try to keep as clean as possible.

All that said, every time I have installed matplotlib  via apt-get  all of my dependencies were correctly installed and I was able to display my figures without a problem, so if you do not care about Python virtual environments, then the apt-get  solution is a good way to go. But again, I really recommend using virtual environments.


In this blog post I detailed how to resolve a pesky issue where matplotlib  figures are not displayed to your screen. Symptoms of this problem include clean script execution (i.e. no error messages and no warnings) printed to your terminal, and yet your plot is not displayed. I have regularly encountered this problem when using Debian based operating systems such as Ubuntu and Raspbian. The problem is only further compounded when using Python virtual environments.

Resolving this matplotlib  issue involves manually installing dependencies via apt-get  and adjusting the matplotlib backend to use TkAgg , followed by compiling and installing matplotlib  from source. Afterwards, the issue seems to be resolved.

While this post wasn’t related to computer vision, the matplotlib  library is heavily used in the scientific Python community, so not having your matplotlib  figures displayed can be extremely frustrating and annoying. I hope this post helps other readers who encounter a similar problem.

I’ll be back next week with more computer vision posts!

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65 Responses to Resolved: Matplotlib figures not showing up or displaying

  1. Thomas Caswell September 7, 2015 at 12:30 pm #

    You can control which backend is used via the matplotlibrc file and you should not need to install from source to get the TkAgg backend to work in a venv.

    Interestingly, this is the inverse of the perennial SO question of ‘how do I make plots without opening a gui window’

    • Adrian Rosebrock September 8, 2015 at 7:30 am #

      You can control the backend via the .matplotlib file and the matplotlib.use() function. However, that will not help if the backend is not actually installed. The most important step is to grab the dependencies via apt-get, at which point you could just set the backend manually, but a re-compile from source will automatically pick them up, which I find preferable.

  2. Hilman January 29, 2016 at 6:26 am #

    Hey Adrian. A little question.
    I am on Mac El Capitan, when I entered

    “$ sudo apt-get install tcl-dev tk-dev python-tk python3-tk”

    into the command line, I got “sudo: apt-get: command not found” message. What should I do?

    • Adrian Rosebrock January 29, 2016 at 7:34 am #

      This blog post is for Ubuntu, not OSX — hence the apt-get command is not part of OSX. Are you having trouble displaying matplotlib plots on OSX?

      • Hilman January 30, 2016 at 12:28 am #

        Yes. I believe it is because of the virtual environment has some conflicts with the matplotlib.

        • Adrian Rosebrock January 30, 2016 at 12:01 pm #

          Indeed, there are some issues with the latest version of matplotlib and Python virtual environments. There are a few workarounds, but by far the easiest is to use an earlier version of matplotlib:

          The key step here is to to checkout the 1.4.3 version before installing.

          • Hilman January 31, 2016 at 5:45 am #

            Hey Adrian, I’ve done as above (except I am in cv environment). I got this output:

            ‘* The following required packages can not be built:
            * freetype’

            What should I do?

            Thanks in advance.

          • Adrian Rosebrock January 31, 2016 at 8:58 am #

            Can you share your full output using GitHub Gists or PasteBin? It’s hard to diagnose what the error message is without seeing the full trace.

          • Hilman February 1, 2016 at 7:19 am #

            Like this? :


          • Adrian Rosebrock February 2, 2016 at 10:38 am #

            Yes, that helps with the formatting a lot. I did a quick search and it seems like this might be an open issue with matplotlib. I would suggest posting your error message + steps taken to reach the error message in this GitHub Issue.

  3. Mootaz February 20, 2016 at 4:16 pm #

    Hi Adrian, I would thank you, I also spent long hours searching in forums why images were not displayed on my Raspberry, then discovered the problem but didn’t find solution, unto I returned to this blog, and everything works now fine.

  4. matt April 9, 2016 at 8:40 pm #

    5 stars blogpost,
    very usefull


    • Adrian Rosebrock April 13, 2016 at 7:09 pm #

      Thanks Matt! 🙂

  5. Dirk Reese May 10, 2016 at 7:10 am #

    Adrian, pyimagesearch and your tutorials totally rock. Absolutely awesome stuff. Python and OpenCV are incredible, and your guidance is such a valuable asset.

    I am confused as to why you put numpy, scipy, and matplotlib in the plotting virtual environment. When I did that it could not find the cv2 module. Which I expected based on my understanding of virtual environments (which is very little). I installed them all in virt env cv3 (OpenCV v3.1.0) and everything works great so far. Am I missing something? Why did your python interpreter find cv2 in the plotting virt env?

    • Adrian Rosebrock May 10, 2016 at 8:03 am #

      I tend to create different virtual environments for each of my projects. Since this blog post was not 100% specific to OpenCV (and users not using OpenCV could have the same problem), I didn’t use the cv virtual environment.

      In reality, you can create and name a virtual environment whatever you want. To get the OpenCV bindings into a name virtual environment, just sym-link the (and optionally files into the site-packages of the virtual environment — in fact, this is exactly what I did for the plotting virtual environment.

  6. UriMcFly June 8, 2016 at 10:59 am #

    Hi, I’m doing a python project and I’m having a similar issue.

    First of all I was doing this project on a PC-Duino (SO ubuntu 12.04), my code ran fine all the time and my core functions are imread() to read a png image, to display this image, and after adding some patches on runtime finally use plt.draw() to see these patches in ‘real-time’.

    Now I need to run this code on a computer.. the image keep displaying after doing but it seems that plt.draw has no effect (without warning nor error).. it just does nothing. I have been trying first on my windows10, then i’ve downloaded and installed an ubuntu16 partition with no results..

    I guest it could be a version issue, so i checked my matplotlib version on PC-Duino which is 1.1.1 and the one installed on my computer is 1.5.1, so I downgrade matplotlib to 1.1.1 and then a new issue appears which brings me straightforward to this post: this time the image doesn’t display anymore by doing

    Finally I fixed this last issue thanks to you (i was using Agg backend instead of TkAgg) and now restored my matplotlib to 1.5.1 version but i’m unable to make plt.draw() working fine on my computer. This is annoying.

    Any idea?


    • Adrian Rosebrock June 9, 2016 at 5:23 pm #

      That is quite the strange error! I’m honestly not sure as I don’t use the plt.draw() function, but if I come across anything, I’ll let you know.

      • Prashant Dandriyal June 3, 2019 at 3:11 am #

        I may be too late to reply to this already resolved issue, but I believe that people like me really appreciate your efforts Adrian and would eventually, come here for a similar issue related to “Unable to plot using matplotlib on windows 10”
        This is how I worked it out …

        In my case (Windows 10 + python 3.7), just after

        import matplotlib

        I had to change the environment from ‘Agg’ to ‘TkAgg’ using

        matplotlib.use(‘TKAgg’,warn=False, force=True)

        right before the code where I actually plotted, i.e,

        import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
        fig = plt.figure()
        # AND SO ON….

        • Adrian Rosebrock June 6, 2019 at 8:04 am #

          Thanks for sharing!

  7. XuanToa June 15, 2016 at 8:51 pm #

    Hi Adrian,

    Thanks for this solution.
    However, It only works for grayscale histogram to me. It doesn’t work for color histograms.

    • Adrian Rosebrock June 18, 2016 at 8:28 am #

      This code only computes grayscale histograms. Computing color histograms requires different code. If you haven’t taken a look at Practical Python and OpenCV, I detail how to compute and visualize color histograms in there.

  8. rafael June 24, 2016 at 4:19 pm #

    thanks a lot man, i passed a whole afternoon look for a solution to get a display plot, now your explanation, i got it, thanks.

    • Adrian Rosebrock June 25, 2016 at 1:42 pm #

      Congrats Rafael! 🙂

  9. Henk Schuurman July 15, 2016 at 8:49 am #

    on a Raspberry Pi 3 I tried to run this in the python interpreter in (cv); got no errors, but the command:
    responses with
    nothing on the screen, so I think it plots beyond the vga memory.
    What to do?

    • Adrian Rosebrock July 15, 2016 at 1:28 pm #

      Very strange, I haven’t ran into that issue before. Can you run matplotlib.get_backend() and see which backend you are using?

  10. vivek borse August 17, 2016 at 9:11 am #

    hi adrian i am using raspberry pi 3 in that cv is a virtual environment, in that environment i can not able to import matplotlib in python how can i solve this?
    I created plotting virtual environment but it doesn’t solve it

    • Adrian Rosebrock August 17, 2016 at 11:57 am #

      If you are using the cv virtual environment, then follow the same steps detailed in this tutorial. Just use:

      $ workon cv

      To access the cv virtual environment instead of the plotting virtual environment.

  11. vivek borse August 29, 2016 at 5:34 am #

    hi Adrian i follow this tutorial in cv plotting environment is running so that can we use cv and matplotlib in plotting environment?

    • Adrian Rosebrock August 29, 2016 at 1:54 pm #

      Correct, you just need to install matplotlib into the cv virtual environment (or whatever virtual environment name you are using).

  12. bert April 21, 2017 at 11:47 am #

    You saved the day Adrian,

    I wasn’t able to see the plot at first but remembered reading this post after which the plot showed up nicely.. Thanks!

    • Adrian Rosebrock April 24, 2017 at 9:57 am #

      Fantastic, I’m happy to hear it Bert!

  13. Dumitru Popa April 24, 2017 at 4:56 am #

    Hello, it is posible to include image near histogram in Tkinter ? Thank you.

    • Adrian Rosebrock April 24, 2017 at 9:31 am #

      Hi Dumitru — can you elaborate on what you mean by “include image near histogram in TKinter”? Are you trying to display an image inside a matplotlib plot?

  14. Aku Putri April 25, 2017 at 6:55 pm #

    When i install matplotlib in opencv

    Collecting matplotlib
    Downloading matplotlib-2.0.0.tar.gz (53.2MB)


    • Adrian Rosebrock April 28, 2017 at 9:56 am #

      Try using the --no-cache-dir option:

      $ pip install matplotlib --no-cache-dir

  15. Putri April 28, 2017 at 9:10 pm #

    hi adrian i am using raspberry pi 3, opencv3, and python 2.7.9

    >>> matplotlib.get_backend()

    bu i still cant showing histogram

    What should i do??

    • Adrian Rosebrock May 1, 2017 at 1:47 pm #

      How are you accessing your Raspberry Pi? Over SSH and VNC? Or via a connected keyboard + HDMI monitor?

      • Zaso May 8, 2017 at 9:56 am #

        Hi adrian,im using same setup and backend GTk3Agg and figure is white but when i go over with cursos,i can see x,y values. im on monitor via hdmi on Raspberry 3 Pi

        • Adrian Rosebrock May 8, 2017 at 12:15 pm #

          Hi Zaso — that is indeed strange, I’m sorry to hear about the matplotlib issue. However, I must admit that I’m not sure what the exact error is. I would suggest posting on the GitHub Issues page for the matplotlib repo.

  16. Leonardo May 7, 2017 at 7:13 am #

    Hi Adrian, first of all I would like to congratulate with you for this useful blog.
    I have an issue about visualising image and related histogram:
    I can’t see them simultaneously, I mean histogram window pops up only when I have closed the images window.
    Do you know how can I solve it and show them together as your tutorial does?
    Thanks in advance

    • Adrian Rosebrock May 8, 2017 at 12:25 pm #

      The matplotlib call will block execution of the script until you close the window. Call cv2.imshow before and it should resolve the issue.

  17. Rogeri May 24, 2017 at 6:43 am #

    Thanks for your post, It saves me a lot of time.

    • Adrian Rosebrock May 25, 2017 at 4:19 am #

      Thanks Rogeri, I’m glad to hear it 🙂

  18. Toshio Futami March 16, 2018 at 10:29 am #

    Hi Dr.Adrian Rosebrock

    I have succeeded to install OpenCV3 into RasPi3 according to your instruction.
    And also succeeded to execute the
    But unfortunately I haven’t succeeded to install scipy until now.
    Monitor show only “Runnig bdist_wheel for scipy” for long time.
    Would you help me how to install scipy into my RasPi3?

    • Adrian Rosebrock March 19, 2018 at 5:32 pm #

      Installing SciPy on the Raspberry Pi will take quite a bit of time. I would suggest starting the install and letting it run overnight.

  19. Alex C March 31, 2018 at 4:16 am #

    Thanks a lot for the post – very helpful! I ended up simply needing to change the backend by using rcParams.update(), but until I saw this post I had no idea where to start to make my figure appear!

    • Adrian Rosebrock April 4, 2018 at 12:43 pm #

      Congrats on resolving the matplotlib issue, Alex!

  20. Elias May 14, 2018 at 1:55 am #

    Thanks for your great tutorials! I followed the instructions, but I am getting an error/warning after installing matplotlib from Github on the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+. In the cv virtualenv I type

    >>> import matplotlib

    The result is

    “UserWarning: could not find rc file; returning defaults.”

    Now I am trying

    >>> matplotlib.get_backend()

    The matplotlibrc file seems to be not created at installation, because there is no file in ‘/home/pi/.config/matplotlib/’. Do you know how to fix this problem? I tried to copy the matplotlibrc.template file from the Git to this directory but without success.

    Thank you for your answer.

    • Elias May 14, 2018 at 2:45 am #

      I solved the problem by copying the matplotlibrc.template file to ‘/home/pi/.virtualenvs/cv/lib/python3.5/site-packages/matplotlib-2.2.2+1059.g8a29c4059-py3.5-linux-armv7l.egg/matplotlib/mpl-data’ which was the result of
      >>> matplotlib.matplotlib_fname()
      Furthermore I had to change the filename to ‘matplotlibrc’ and line 40 (in my case) of its code to
      backend : TkAgg

      Nevertheless it would be interesting why there is no rc file added automatically.

      • Adrian Rosebrock May 14, 2018 at 11:53 am #

        Thanks for sharing the solution, Elias! 🙂

  21. Liujie May 22, 2018 at 5:30 am #

    hi, Adrian.
    When I run mkvirtualenv cv2 this command , it’s point that command can not found. so I use pip to install virtualenv and virtualenvwrapper , it didn’t successful, and it’s also point that matplotlib 2.2.2 has requirement numpy >=1.7.1, but you’ll have numpy 1.6.1 which is incompatible . I failed to upgrade numpy1.6.1 to 1.7.1.
    Can you give me some advice ? Thank you

    • Adrian Rosebrock May 22, 2018 at 5:51 am #

      Hey Liujie — you mentioned that both virtualenv and virtualenvwrapper failed to install. I would suggest starting there and resolving that issue before you move forward.

  22. Sruthi June 19, 2018 at 5:21 am #

    Hi Adrian,

    When I do matplotlib.get_backend(),
    I get ‘TkAgg’
    But still I couldn’t get the plots
    So I uninstalled and reinstalled matplotlib after installing the dependencies as you suggested, but still no plot.

    I am using ubuntu 16.04, python 3.5.2.

    • Adrian Rosebrock June 19, 2018 at 8:24 am #

      Which version of matplotlib do you have installed currently?

  23. Sruthi June 21, 2018 at 4:48 am #

    Hi Adrian,

    When I do matplotlib.get_backend(),
    I get ‘TkAgg’
    But still I couldn’t get the plots
    So I uninstalled and reinstalled matplotlib after installing the dependencies as you suggested, but still no plot.

    I am using ubuntu 16.04, python 3.5.2.
    matplotlib.__version__ gives version as ‘2.2.2+1330.gaf7a74b’

    • Adrian Rosebrock June 21, 2018 at 5:30 am #

      Can you try using an older version of matplotlib and see if that resolves the issue?

      • Rin September 5, 2018 at 3:32 am #

        Hi Adrain! Thanks alot for helping us with our questions. I have the same issue has Sruthi and installing the older version of matplotlib didn’t help. Also, I’m trying to run cocoapi and the pycocotools im using requires matplotlib>2.0. May I ask what other options I have? Thanks!

        • Adrian Rosebrock September 5, 2018 at 8:30 am #

          I don’t have a lot of experience with the pycocotools library so I’m honestly not sure what their dependencies are or what they are trying to do with matplotlib. I would suggest posting on their GitHub issues page.

  24. Rin September 5, 2018 at 4:29 am #

    Hi Adrain,

    Thanks alot for this article! My issue is, I have this line: pycocotools.coco import COCO. And from terminal:

    The backend was *originally* set to ‘agg’ by the following code:
    File “”, line 3, in
    from pycocotools.coco import COCO

    I tried inserting the line matplotlib.use(“TkAgg”) before that line and then after that line as well but both didn’t work.

    When I:

    I get:

    Is it possible to do this without using TkAgg? Thanks alot for doing this for us!!!

  25. KVS Setty September 27, 2018 at 8:16 am #

    Hello Adrain,

    Thanks for the tutorial,
    Here I would like to share a different experience here I had, the ran the above script on my Windows system and didn’t get the display of histogram and
    first I thought the problem is similar to Linux system, but after making the gray scale image and tapping some key, the histogram window displayed, then I realized that the reason is because of the waitKey(0) command , which did not
    allow the execution of the code further down till I tap some key. And I was laughing out myself for my first thoughts ( ie ,thinking some issues similar to Linux and I am going to have a tough time to resolve, thank God , nothing like that required ).

    I really appreciate your time effort in making such wonderful tutorials and making me to think for next system (third one) to be a Linux. By the way
    right now, I work on both Windows and Mac Pro systems and shortly a Linux system will added and this is going to be used only for ML and DL projects on the domains like CV, NLP, Speech and Data Analytics.

    And you are the main inspiration to enter in to this field of AI, especially

    Thanks a lot again.

    • Adrian Rosebrock October 8, 2018 at 12:31 pm #

      Thanks for sharing! I also really appreciate your kind words. Keep up the great work! 🙂

  26. Satya February 3, 2019 at 6:33 pm #

    How did you ever track this down. Great job.

  27. unnanmed June 7, 2019 at 4:01 am #

    Thanks a lot for posting this.

    • Adrian Rosebrock June 12, 2019 at 1:56 pm #

      You are welcome!

  28. cumlouder November 7, 2019 at 6:20 am #

    Thanks,As you said,matplotlib figures not showing up or displaying generally on my system,this problem has been solved and can be used normally.

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