[SciPy-user] animate solitons

Bryan Van de Ven bryanv@enthought....
Wed Mar 21 10:54:36 CDT 2007


You can also do this sort of thing in Chaco if you only need 2D capabilities 
like line/scatter or colormap plots. Here is a simple example of a simulated 
updating data stream:

https://svn.enthought.com/enthought/browser/trunk/src/lib/enthought/chaco2/examples/advanced/data_stream.py

Ryan Krauss wrote:
> I have some success using Mayavi to animate solutions of PDE's for the
> mode shapes of a beam.
> 
> On 3/21/07, Gary Ruben <gruben@bigpond.net.au> wrote:
>> If it is in 1D, take a look at vpython. You can create a curve and as
>> you modify it, vpython will take care of the animation for you.
>>
>> Gary R.
>>
>> Franck Kalala Mutombo wrote:
>>> hi,
>>>
>>> I have solved the sine-cordon equation(which is a partial differential
>>> equation) and I found my solitons(the solution to that equation), it is
>>> easy to plot it. but want I need is to animate it in a certain range. do
>>> you know any python module which can allows me to animate my solitons?
>>>
>>> ps: solitons a solution of a partial differential, it is a plane wave
>>> moving a certain speed, so I want to animate it as is moving.
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