[SciPy-user] A simple 3d OpenGL viewer and color map for matrices

europa100 at comcast.net europa100 at comcast.net
Wed Aug 24 18:49:43 CDT 2005


I remember when  Maya was just a simple child.  I searched on Google and got a giant sensory  overload from the hits.  So now I am registered with the Alias community, so I am totally overloaded with this stuff.   

What the hell do I have to do to get some vis program for windoze?  I have two laptops: an ultraexpensive Dell with OpenBSD on it (hail Theo!) which is at home and this HP  zd8000 which is like a heater for my hotel room, with Windoze XP-Pro on it, Python, SciPy, Numeric, etc etc oh, and lots of FDTD programs that run on Numeric and then dump out the 3d matrix, per my web site:  

 http://home.comcast.net/~europa100/

I will do the "RTFM" approach but advice is always appreciated here

Rob.



> mayavi is actively maintained.  I have used it with some success.  There 
> was a bit of a learning curve for me to get the data in the right format 
> and figure out how to display it.  I think there is a lot of 
> functionality, but that can make it harder to learn how to do simple things.
> 
> Ryan
> 
> Alan G Isaac wrote:
> > On Wed, 24 Aug 2005, europa100 at comcast.net apparently wrote: 
> > 
> >>I would like to replace Animabob with a scipy based viewer. 
> > 
> > 
> > Heard talk of
> > ftp://ftp.ffi.no/spub/stsk/viz/index.html
> > http://mayavi.sourceforge.net/
> > 
> > fwiw,
> > Alan Isaac
> > 
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