[SciPy-user] gui_thread error
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Wed Oct 19 21:05:49 CDT 2005
Matplotlib also has a very active mailing list if you run into any
problems. The first thinkg I was told from this list was to try
matplotlib and ipython. I like them both a lot. If you aren't
already using ipython check it out:
It handles the things that gui_thread used to do and it has tab
completion and object inspection. If you are on windows, there are a
couple other python packages to install, but it is fairly
straightforward. It is availbable in package form from many Linux
Don't hesitate to ask the list with anything you get stuck on. Even
though there is a lot of upgrading going on, I am still doing
productive graduate work with the old versions. I use it for
everything I used to do with Matlab and I like it much better.
On 10/19/05, Vlado Balko <vbalko at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thank you,
> I`m experimenting with matplotlib now and i must say, that it is very
> easy to learn and use and still very powerfull. It is very good choice
> to plot an output data.
> Travis Oliphant wrote:
> >Vlado Balko wrote:
> >>So is there some working example and tutorial for 0.3.2 so I can learn
> >>myself basics? Only if I will know basics I can experiment with
> >>nonstandard things.
> >>I`m a little bit dissapointed with SciPy because I`m trying to find and
> >>learn it (and install it) for at least a week and still no success. I
> >>found it very interesting tool for my graduate work, but the troubles at
> >>the beginning are very demotivating.
> >I'm sorry for your trouble. The problem is that you are trying to learn
> >SciPy during a time of large changes. The core library that SciPy uses
> >has been changed and a lot of developer time is being spent on fixing
> >scipy to use the new core library.
> >Thus, most of the developers are leaving 0.3.2, and problems are not
> >getting fixed.
> >A few pointers:
> >-gui_thread is not being maintained so I would not try using it.
> >A better solution is to use xplt or to download matplotlib and use it
> >for plotting.
> >The scipy tutorial available at www.scipy.org is still valid for 0.3.2,
> >I would look at that first.
> >Good luck.
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