gplt from scipy missing ?

Michael Palmer m_palmer45 at yahoo.ca
Tue Sep 23 14:37:52 CEST 2008


On Sep 23, 7:44 am, Ivan Reborin <irebo... at delete.this.gmail.com>
wrote:
> On Tue, 23 Sep 2008 04:26:14 -0300, "Gabriel Genellina"
>
> <gagsl-... at yahoo.com.ar> wrote:
>
> >I think scipy does not bundle plotting packages anymore - you may use
> >whatever suits you, from other sources.
> >Try matplotlib, see the wiki:
> >http://wiki.python.org/moin/NumericAndScientific/Plotting
>
> Hello Gabriel,
> thank you for answering.
>
> Unfortunatelly, I cannot change my plotting package, unless I indend
> to change a lot of code that I'll be using in the future. I'm not a
> programmer by trade, just a guy doing some calculations with already
> written programms.
>
> Do you know, by any chance, where one could get gplt separately, or
> for example, get older versions of scipy ?
> I'm using python 5.2.2.. If I install scipy for python 2.3. for
> example (let's assume that one still has gplt in it) will it work ?
>
> Best regards
> Ivan

Well, if you are using scipy, you must at least be doing some
programming. Instead of using gplt, you could just write your data to
a .csv file and feed that to gnuplot yourself. You can then use the
full flexibility of gnuplot for formatting your output, without having
to cross your fingers that the features you need will be covered by
the gplt module. You also have your data in a readable format after
calculation but before plotting - I find such intermediate data useful
for debugging.



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