Etienne Gaudrain <et.gaudrain@...185...> writes:
This is probably a recurrent topic, or even more probably HAVE been a
recurrent topic... So sorry, sorry, sorry... I wanted to search the
archives but Sourceforge is very slow today (...).
I don't think the Sourceforge search has ever been very useful. Try
Gmane, Nabble, or The Mail Archive instead:
Is it right that Matplotlib can no longer plot 3D graphes?
It is correct: the 3D capabilities have been removed from the latest
So if I understand correctly, for some obscure reason, Matplotlib has
been stripped from its 3D plot capabilities... and this same website
suggest the use of another package instead...
The reason is that extensive changes were made to the way Matplotlib
works internally, and no-one has been sufficiently interested in the 3D
plotting code to keep it up to date.
Does it mean that all my efforts to understand and learn Matplotlib are
just a big waste of time since I need another package now that I need 3D
Of course the old version of Matplotlib still works, it just doesn't
have all the latest features. Also, very recently some people have
started to work on the 3D code:
If you want to be able to make 3D plots with Matplotlib, perhaps you
could find a way to help with this effort.
Jouni K. Sepp�nen