write_xy_header(file=None,
paper_size=' A4 ' ,
title=None,
subtitle=None,
world=None,
view=None,
graph_num=1,
sets=None,
set_names=None,
set_colours=None,
x_axis_type_zero=None,
y_axis_type_zero=None,
symbols=None,
symbol_sizes=None,
symbol_fill=None,
linestyle=None,
linetype=None,
linewidth=None,
data_type=None,
seq_type=None,
axis_labels=None,
tick_major_spacing=None,
tick_minor_count=None,
legend=None,
legend_pos=None,
legend_box_fill_pattern=None,
legend_char_size=None,
norm=None)
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Write the grace header for xyscatter plots.
Many of these keyword arguments should be supplied in a [X, Y] list
format, where the first element corresponds to the X data, and the second
the Y data. Defaults will be used for any nonsupplied args (or lists
with elements set to None).
 Parameters:
file (file object)  The file object to write the data to.
paper_size (str)  The paper size, i.e. 'A4'. If set to None, this will default to
letter size.
title (None or str)  The title of the graph.
subtitle (None or str)  The subtitle of the graph.
world (Nor or list of list of numbers)  The Grace plot default zoom. This consists of a list of the
Xaxis minimum, Yaxis minimum, Xaxis maximum, and Yaxis
maximum values. Each graph should supply its own world view.
view (None or list of float)  List of 4 coordinates defining the graph view port.
graph_num (int)  The total number of graphs.
sets (list of int)  The number of data sets in each graph.
set_names (None or list of list of str)  The names associated with each graph data set Gx.Sy. For example
this can be a list of spin identification strings. The first
dimension is the graph, the second is the set.
set_colours (None or list of list of int)  The colours for each graph data set Gx.Sy. The first dimension
is the graph, the second is the set.
x_axis_type_zero (None or list of lists of bool)  The flags specifying if the Xaxis should be placed at zero.
y_axis_type_zero (None or list of lists of bool)  The flags specifying if the Yaxis should be placed at zero.
symbols (None or list of list of int)  The symbol style for each graph data set Gx.Sy. The first
dimension is the graph, the second is the set.
symbol_sizes (None or list of list of int)  The symbol size for each graph data set Gx.Sy. The first
dimension is the graph, the second is the set.
symbol_fill (None or list of list of int)  The symbol file style for each graph data set Gx.Sy. The first
dimension is the graph, the second is the set.
linestyle (None or list of list of int)  The line style for each graph data set Gx.Sy. The first
dimension is the graph, the second is the set.
linetype (None or list of list of int)  The line type for each graph data set Gx.Sy. The first dimension
is the graph, the second is the set.
linewidth (None or list of float)  The line width for all elements of each graph data set Gx.Sy.
The first dimension is the graph, the second is the set.
data_type (None or list of list of str)  The axis data category (in the [X, Y] list format).
seq_type (None or list of list of str)  The sequence data type (in the [X, Y] list format). This is for
molecular sequence specific data and can be one of 'res', 'spin',
or 'mixed'.
tick_major_spacing (None or list of list of numbers)  The spacing between major ticks. This is in the [X, Y] list
format whereby the first dimension corresponds to the graph
number.
tick_minor_count (None or list of list of int)  The number of minor ticks between the major ticks. This is in
the [X, Y] list format whereby the first dimension corresponds to
the graph number.
axis_labels (None or list of list of str)  The labels for the axes (in the [X, Y] list format). The first
dimension is the graph.
legend (list of bool)  If True, the legend will be visible. The first dimension is the
graph.
legend_pos (None or list of list of float)  The position of the legend, e.g. [0.3, 0.8]. The first dimension
is the graph.
legend_box_fill_pattern (int)  The legend box fill. If set to 0, it will become transparent.
legend_char_size (float)  The size of the legend box text.
norm (list of bool)  The normalisation flag which if set to True will cause all graphs
to be normalised to 1. The first dimension is the graph.
