[SciPy-user] animate solitons

Bryan Van de Ven bryanv@enthought....
Wed Mar 21 12:07:19 CDT 2007


Hi Anne,

That chaco example I posted was made specifically in response to a question 
about realtime DAQ, so it does generate some random data "on the fly" to 
simulate a realtime data stream. However, it would be pretty trivial to have it, 
say, step through the rows of a preset 2d array each timer tick instead.

As for something straight out of the box, I'm not sure.. the only thing that 
comes to mind is VPython, possibly.


Anne Archibald wrote:
> Most of these solutions seem to be designed to allow animations to be
> updated on the fly as new data comes in. Undoubtedly valuable, but
> more sophisticated than one needs, often.  Is there a tidy package
> that lets you take, say, a 2D array and treat one axis as x-values and
> the other axis as time, and produce an animation? It would presumably
> loop, and be user-controllable (pause, reverse, frame-forward,
> frame-back, etc.)
> 
> Anne
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