[SciPy-user] gui_thread error

Vlado Balko vbalko at gmail.com
Wed Oct 19 13:35:38 CDT 2005


Thank You,

these are words I wanted to hear :) Now I will explore by myself and 
will try your suggestions. And thank you for patience once again.

balky

Fernando Perez wrote:

>Vlado Balko wrote:
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>>So is there some working example and tutorial for 0.3.2 so I can learn 
>>myself basics? Only if I will know basics I can experiment with 
>>nonstandard things.
>>I`m a little bit dissapointed with SciPy because I`m trying to find and 
>>learn it (and install it) for at least a week and still no success. I 
>>found it very interesting tool for my graduate work, but the troubles at 
>>the beginning are very demotivating.
>>    
>>
>
>Sorry to hear about your troubles: in all honesty, it's a bit of bad luck with 
>timing on your part.  You happen to be coming to it right in the middle of a 
>MAJOR reorganization.  The entire codebase is being updated, old (broken) 
>tools are being removed, new ones are falling in place, etc.
>
>Trust me: things will stabilize soon and life will in fact be a lot easier 
>than it used to be.  You just happened to jump right in the middle of the storm.
>
>In the meantime, you can use the old scipy, but ignore gui_thread and the *plt 
>plotting modules.  Instead, have a look at matplotlib for plotting and things 
>should be OK.  Soon you'll be able to switch to the new system which should 
>smooth out most of these rough edges.
>
>Cheers,
>
>f
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