[SciPy-user] gplot documentation

Alan G Isaac aisaac at american.edu
Sun Aug 15 12:21:59 CDT 2004

On Sat, 14 Aug 2004, Fernando Perez apparently wrote:
> I think that the following trio of systems makes an extremely good base for
> the graphical side of scientific work today in python:
> - Matplotlib: regular 2d plots (interactive or scripted), array/image plots,
> gui-building.
> - MayaVi: sophisticated 3d visualization, volumetric rendering, etc.
> - PyX: algorithmic generation of high-quality postscript diagrams with latex
> equations.

This post was extremely useful.  One ambiguity remained for
me: are you suggested PyX remains better than Matplotlib if
you need LaTeX equations in your EPS files?

Thank you,
Alan Isaac

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