[SciPy-user] gui_thread error

Vlado Balko vbalko at gmail.com
Wed Oct 19 14:03:04 CDT 2005


Thank you,

I`m experimenting with matplotlib now and i must say, that it is very 
easy to learn and use and still very powerfull. It is very good choice 
to plot an output data.

balky

Travis Oliphant 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.
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>I'm sorry for your trouble.  The problem is that you are trying to learn 
>SciPy during a time of large changes.  The core library that SciPy uses 
>has been changed and a lot of developer time is being spent on fixing 
>scipy to use the new core library.
>
>Thus, most of the developers are leaving 0.3.2, and problems are not 
>getting fixed.  
>
>A few pointers:
>
>-gui_thread is not being maintained so I would not try using it. 
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>A better solution is to use xplt or to download matplotlib and use it 
>for plotting.
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>The scipy tutorial available at www.scipy.org is still valid for 0.3.2, 
>I would look at that first.  
>
>Good luck.
>
>-Travis
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