GUI tookit for science and education
grante at visi.com
Mon Aug 15 23:52:36 CEST 2005
On 2005-08-15, phil <phillip.watts at anvilcom.com> wrote:
>> Tkinter is the default GUI for Python, it runs on lots of platforms
>> and often comes already installed (on Linux or Unix distributions).
> I use Tkinter for a geometry course. I think it is fairly easy to
> learn, much easier than say VB. VERY portable and pretty well
> documented and very well supported on this list.
> It doesn't have much math built in. For functions you have to
> plot points.
If you want to plot stuff, the gnuplot-py module is very easy
to use. http://sourceforge.net/projects/gnuplot-py/
The one feature that I'd really like to add is the ability to
plot a python function object. Currently you can plot a
function specified by a string (e.g. "sin(x) * sin(x)**2"), or
a sequence of data points. It would be nice to be able to pass
an actual function.
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