[Numpy-discussion] ANN: gracePlot.py

Rob europax at home.com
Sun Sep 30 09:33:02 EDT 2001

Thanks Peauru for the info.  I tried to install the FreeBSD vtk port,
but it won't compile.  It ran for an hour and then crashed.  I did
install it on windows so we'll see how that works today.  I've been
focusing most of my effort to port Animabob to Cygwin.  I am very
impressed with Cygwin so far as its XFree86 was easy to set up with no
XFree86config.  I also found the OpenDX port to Cygwin, so I'll play
with that a little as well.


Pearu Peterson wrote:
> On Fri, 28 Sep 2001, Nathaniel Gray wrote:
> > Nope.  Grace is only for 2-d plots AFAIK.  See their website for more info.
> > You might want to check out VTK and OpenDX, both of which have entries in the
> Rob, have you tried Mayavi (http://mayavi.sourceforge.net) that is
> fully 3D capable. And see http://cens.ioc.ee/projects/pyvtk/ that is
> prototype software to create VTK files from Python objects.
> Regards,
>         Pearu
> The following fragment is from Mayavi README.txt:
>                  The MayaVi Data Visualizer
>                 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
> MayaVi is a free, easy to use scientific data visualizer.  It is
> written in Python and uses the amazing Visualization Toolkit (VTK) for
> the graphics.  It provides a GUI written using.  MayaVi is free and
> distributed under the GNU GPL.  It is also cross platform and should
> run on any platform where both Python and VTK are available (which is
> almost any *nix, Mac OSX or Windows).
> <snip>

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