[Image-SIG] Data visualization
William.T.Bridgman.1 at gsfc.nasa.gov
Fri Jul 28 13:48:44 CEST 2006
I've used PIL for generating images from numarray/numpy.
However, for plots, curves, and similar viz work, I've done some work
with matplotlib or gnuplot-py when I needed interactivity.
For publication-quality postscript graphics, I've had good results
with PyX (pyx.sourceforge.net).
On Jul 28, 2006, at 6:00 AM, image-sig-request at python.org wrote:
> From: "Eckhoff, Michael A CIV N62306" <michael.eckhoff at navy.mil>
> Date: July 27, 2006 4:39:04 PM EDT
> To: <image-sig at python.org>
> Subject: [Image-SIG] Data visualization
> I've been reading the book by Langtangen ("Python Scripting for
> Computational Science") in which I recall his mentioning PIL,
> although I cannot find any reference to it in his index. Has anyone
> used PIL to visualize the data in a Numpy array (or whatever the
> latest version is called)? Is it feasible to use the Image class
> for drawing vector fields, contours, etc. as in matlab? Is there a
> connection with matplotlib?
> I'd especially be interested if there are any oceanographers out
> there who are willing to share such Python applications.
> Thank you,
> Michael Eckhoff
Dr. William T."Tom" Bridgman Scientific Visualization
Global Science & Technology, Inc. NASA/Goddard Space Flight
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