[SciPy-User] visualizing scipy...
Sun Apr 11 01:25:46 CDT 2010
On Sun, Apr 11, 2010 at 8:34 AM, Anthony Palomba <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hey folks, I am new to scipy, I would like to explore computational geometry
> with scipy. To do so, I need a way to visualize my experiments. What is
> the best thing to use to visualize 2d and 3d data in scipy?
Scipy itself purposely doesn't offer any graphical capabilities - it
relies on 3rd party packages. The most used package is matplotlib, for
publication quality graphics - it does mostly 2d, with a bit of 3d. If
you know matlab, matplotlib gives you a similar feature set.
For more involved 3d, there is mayavi. Other options such are chaco
are available, with a somewhat different focus than matplotlib.
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