[SciPy-user] Flicker image plotting
Andrew M. Henshaw
andrew.henshaw at mail.com
Sat Feb 23 15:01:05 CST 2002
I'll look at this. I've done this before with a few Win32-based programs, but I didn't want to go off on a wild goose chase, if it was already implemented.
Thanks to both of you.
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I haven't looked at this, but bet you could use the trick Bryan suggests.
However, wxplt started with real-time plotting in mind, but that quickly fell by
the way side. As such, I doubt the frame rate will be so hot.
Still, it might be worth trying because Bryan's suggestion isn't that hard to
implement. If someone ends up with a patch, send it my way and I'll take a look
at adding it to the distribution.
> I'm not sure how much effort would be to fix this in SciPy as I don't
> use SciPy much, but I have modified the wxPlotCanvas which comes with
> wxPython, to be flicker-free (plus a few other mods). I use this for
> real-time data display (line plots and colour-maps).
> You simply draw everything to a an image held in memory (a MemoryDC)
> then copy this to the screen (with the Blit function - very fast).
> On Sat, 2002-02-23 at 02:26, Andrew M. Henshaw wrote:
> > Is there some mechanism for double-buffering image plots so that they don't
flicker when a series of image arrays is generated?
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