[SciPy-user] Alternative to NumTut's view() function?
Fri, 14 Feb 2003 11:05:29 +0200
On Thu, 13 Feb 2003, Fernando Perez wrote:
> Hi all,
> In the past I've used the view() function from NumTut (Numeric's tutorial
> package) to view 2-d arrays. But now something isn't working too well (and
> I've seen reports from others on the web about this). Basically, there seems
> to be a threading problem, and the simple act of importing view.py kicks cpu
> usage to 100% and makes any interactive work in the python interpreter
> impossible. I tested it both with ipython and a regular python shell.
This is exactly what happens. i have tried it on RH7.1/8.0 Systems or
Tru64Unix. The response is no better with Irix (6.5). i suspected that it
was the threading problem as mentioned above. Was not very sure abt it,
but cpu usage does kick to 100%.
> In the past I'd used it with (I think) RedHat 7.2, now I'm in RedHat
> don't know if that matters or not.
> At any rate, I wonder if as part of scipy there is anything with similar
> functionality. view() allows one to view 2-d arrays as images, in either
> grayscale or color. Since I don't have high hopes for anyone fixing view(),
> and I'm switching to scipy for all my work, I'd be happy to go with a
> scipy-based alternative if one exists.
The alternatives would be could, but something as simple as view should be
great. Something like 'imagesc' as in Matlab, view i think provides that,
and was simple enough, but i guess now somehow it has some threading
> Thanks for any input.
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