Dear Robert,
 Now I'm getting an error while post processing. When I run "%run postproc.py cylinder.vtk" ,I'm getting following error.
Kindly help me.

TypeError                                 Traceback (most recent call last)
C:\Users\Madhu N.M\Downloads\sfepy-master\sfepy-master\postproc.py in <module>()
    501 
    502 if __name__ == '__main__':
--> 503     main()

C:\Users\Madhu N.M\Downloads\sfepy-master\sfepy-master\postproc.py in main()
    491             filenames = filenames[0]
    492 
--> 493         view = view_file(filenames, filter_names, options)
    494         if can_save:
    495             view.save_image(options.filename)

C:\Users\Madhu N.M\Downloads\sfepy-master\sfepy-master\postproc.py in view_file(filename, filter_names, options, view)
    267              step=options.step, time=options.time,
    268              anti_aliasing=options.anti_aliasing,
--> 269              domain_specific=options.domain_specific)
    270 
    271     else:

TypeError: call_mlab() got an unexpected keyword argument 'colormap'

Regards,
Madhu


On Saturday, 21 November 2015 16:46:13 UTC+5:30, Robert Cimrman wrote:
On 11/20/2015 11:17 PM, Madhu Mahadevappa wrote:
> Dear Robert,
>   I just used "%run simple.py examples/diffusion/poisson_short_syntax.py" on
> Canopy editor and it ran with out any errors. Thank you very much for your
> replies.

OK, glad to hear that :)

r.

> Regards,
> Madhu
>
> On Friday, 20 November 2015 15:33:08 UTC+5:30, Robert Cimrman wrote:
>>
>> On 11/20/2015 10:52 AM, Madhu Mahadevappa wrote:
>>> It is included in canopy.
>>
>> Cannot find it here:
>> https://www.enthought.com/products/canopy/package-index/
>>
>>> 1) I tried installing it manually but getting following error.
>>>        line 314, in package_check
>>>       raise RuntimeError(msgs['missing'] % pkg_name)
>>>       RuntimeError: tables is missing
>>> 2) To resolve this I tried installing PyTables there also I'm getting an
>>> error
>>>         "Could not find a local HDF5 installation.
>>>      You may need to explicitly state where your local HDF5 headers and
>>>      library can be found by setting the ``HDF5_DIR`` environment
>>>      variable or by using the ``--hdf5`` command-line option".
>>>
>>> That's why I used Canopy.
>>>
>>>    I have been trying from 2-3 weeks but couldn't resolve.
>>
>> Try using anaconda [1] instead - it does not contain sfepy, but contains
>> all
>> the required packages to install sfepy manually.
>>
>> r.
>> [1]
>> http://sfepy.org/doc-devel/installation.html#multi-platform-distributions-notes
>>
>