From: Alan G Isaac <aisaac@am...> - 2006-01-20 17:06:35
Titus's very nice tutorial addresses only 2-D plots.
This reminds me to mention (naively):
work on mesh plots seems to be moving ahead in Matplotlib.
I wonder if there is some material there useful for PyX,
or even possible development synergies?
From: Andre Wobst <wobsta@us...> - 2006-02-06 16:08:09
On 20.01.06, Alan G Isaac wrote:
> work on mesh plots seems to be moving ahead in Matplotlib.
> I wonder if there is some material there useful for PyX,
> or even possible development synergies?
Since I want to add (i.e. bring back) some 3-d functionality to PyX
within the next months, I'll certainly take a look on what other
solutions do and how they are doing what they do. We've never
developed PyX without looking around, although PyX is a fully
self-contained solution. So thank's for the pointer and let's see what
we'll get in the end ...
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