Sat Jun 15 11:02:30 CDT 2013
Right now it does not have any easy way of doing that. For now you
will have to encode your data into the call to kernel.execute, which
is a completely pain. That is exactly what we will be tackling later
in the summer...
On Sat, Jun 15, 2013 at 8:54 AM, Jason Moore <email@example.com> wrote:
> In IPython, is there a standard mechanism to pass data from the client to
> the server? We'd like to make some python calls that generate a data
> running in a cell via a GET request. I assume the kernel architecture has
> this in place?
> +01 530-601-9791
> On Sat, Jun 15, 2013 at 8:14 AM, Brian Granger <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> with the display function. However, starting in late summer we will
>> be improving this API so it may change some, but all for the better...
>> On Fri, Jun 14, 2013 at 11:33 PM, TARUN GABA <email@example.com>
>> > Hi,
>> > I am wondering on what method would be more efficient to serve
>> > I need to visualize/simulate multibody dynamics, and there are two
>> > methods which are in my mind.
>> > The rough API of the project is being formed at ..
>> > http://pydy.org/visualization
>> > the two methods are:
>> > 1) Via http requests:
>> > on calling something like ..
>> > myobject.visualize(numerical_data)
>> > The browser sends a POST request to the kernel, and python methods
>> > parameters as the numerical data required for visualization, most
>> > likely a 4*4 transformation matrix, and shape information.
>> > IPython output cell.
>> > text in the classes,
>> > something like ..
>> > def MyClass():
>> > def __init__(relevant,args):
>> > alongwith arguments..
>> > var myobject =
>> > Shape_creating_function(%s)'''%(args)
>> > and then on calling ..
>> > MyClass.visualize()
>> > from IPython notebook, first calling all the required
>> > methods and then
>> > Which of these would be more feasible and efficient..
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