akabaila at pcug.org.au
Thu Apr 21 09:25:01 CEST 2011
On Thursday 21 April 2011 01:49:57 Andreas Tawn wrote:
> > On Apr 20, 6:43 am, Andreas Tawn <andreas.t... at ubisoft.com>
> > > > Algis Kabaila <akaba... at pcug.org.au> writes:
> > > > > Are there any modules for vector algebra (three
> > > > > dimensional vectors, vector addition, subtraction,
> > > > > multiplication [scalar and vector]. Could you give
> > > > > me a reference to such module?
> > > >
> > > > NumPy has array (and matrix) types with support for
> > > > these basic operations you mention. See the tutorial
> > > > athttp://numpy.scipy.org/
> > >
> > > You might also want to
> > > considerhttp://code.google.com/p/pyeuclid/
> > >
> > > Cheers,
> > >
> > > Drea
> > Pyeuclid docs don't mention dot or cross products.
> > RJB
> Bottom of the page.
Yes, pyeuclid had "cross" and "dot" product of vectors. I am
impressed with it and curious how it works: the Vector3 class
is available without any prefix euclid:
v = Vector3(111.., 222.2, 333.3)
works without requiring as in:
v = euclid.Vector3( etc...)
I am really intrigued by that. OTOH, I also am somewhat
aprehensive about using something that affects the program
writing after importing "euclid", without any need to explicitly
refer to euclid. Looks rather risky to me. What does that do
to the namespace?
Thanks for bringing this to my attention. I confess that I
would be hapier if euclid was accessible in a "standard" manner
with prefix of module name for classes in the module.
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