[SciPy-user] Simple 2D animations?
Gary Ruben
gruben at bigpond.net.au
Fri Mar 18 02:31:18 CST 2005
Hi Petr,
Take a look at Visual Python at http://vpython.org
It is a 3-D package and comes with examples of both orbiting masses and
a lorentz attractor in 3D.
Gary R.
Petr Kucera wrote:
> Hello Scipy users!
>
> I'm new here and actually I'm looking for a tool to plot simple 2D animations.
> I want for example do a simple 2D animation showing earth going around the
> sun. Another example is to plot x-y animation of lorenz attractor. I would
> like to have a point which will move with time and possible draw the trail.
>
> To give a better idea, here is a simple script:
> ============================
> import Numeric
> t = 0
> i = 0
> while 1:
> t=i/100.0
> x=Numeric.sin(t)
> y=Numeric.sin(t+0.5)
> print x, y
> i+=1
> ============================
>
> I would like to plot just last (x,y) point. I should get a simple animation,
> where the (x,y) will move in a graph.
>
> Is SciPy the right tool for me?
>
> Many thanks for any hint!
> Peter
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