On Tue, Jun 9, 2009 at 1:00 PM, Esmail <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Ah .. ok .. good to know. I was going by this note:
Gökhan SEVER wrote:
> I'll give mayavi/mlab a try, I think there was a note to the
> effect that matplotlib quit supporting 3D plots and recommended
> There is still work going on to improve matplotlib 3d plotting
> functionality. You can see matplotlib gallery or check-out the latest
> trunk of matplotlib and experiment with the 3d examples.
NOTE: 3D plotting has been removed from matplotlib >= 0.98. You'll either need
to use an older 0.91.x version or look at Mayavi which is actively maintained
and features an 'mlab' interface similar to matplotlib's 'pylab'.
Modified that section as to eliminate confusions:NOTE: Experimental work has been going on to integrate 3D plotting functionality into matplotlib
. Please see the related mplot3d documentation
or take a look at matplotlib gallery
for example 3D plots. For a more sophisticated 3D visualization and plotting interface, you can try Mayavi
which is actively maintained and features an 'mlab' interface similar to matplotlib's 'pylab'.
> So much to learn, so little time :-)hehe .. I know it sounded like a complaint, but it's really not. I
> Isn't that nice? Lifelong learning? Why are complaining? Are you not a
> scientist or raising a kid something :)
consider myself a lifelong student, and I love learning new things.
I just have a big appetite :-)
No matter how big an appetite you have, you can only digest certain amount of items at a time :)
Cheers for lifelong learning :)