GTK pylab console

Hi all,

I've developed a GTK/Python/Pylab console that is able to display
most matplotlib figures directly within the console and handle
matplotlib mouse events properly.

Screenshots and sources are available at:
http://www.loria.fr/~rougier/pylab.html

I've tested several examples from matplotlib examples and they
seem to be displayed properly. Any comments/requests are welcome.

Nicolas Rougier.

Very nice. I like the idea of inline plots -- less of an interrupted flow.

Have you looked at the similar project "reinteract"? (www.reinteract.org) It's a little more aggressively different, for what it's worth. The author seems to have lost steam in the last few months, but it has some interesting ideas.

It would be neat to integrate ipython, rather than just the standard python shell, into your console to get autocompletion, fancier help etc. I think the combination could be great.

Thanks for sharing this, and keep us updated!

Cheers,
Mike

Nicolas Rougier wrote:

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Hi all,

I've developed a GTK/Python/Pylab console that is able to display
most matplotlib figures directly within the console and handle
matplotlib mouse events properly.

Screenshots and sources are available at:
http://www.loria.fr/~rougier/pylab.html

I've tested several examples from matplotlib examples and they
seem to be displayed properly. Any comments/requests are welcome.

Nicolas Rougier.

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Thanks. I've stumbled across "reinteract" and found that the inline plot
has been done using the previous version of the pylab console
(http://blog.fishsoup.net/2007/11/10/reinteract-better-interactive-python/)

Concerning ipython, I've once designed the code to integrate it but
since then I got a bit lost with the future new version of ipython
(ipython1). I will try to look again.

Nicolas

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On Fri, 2008-06-27 at 09:29 -0400, Michael Droettboom wrote:

Very nice. I like the idea of inline plots -- less of an interrupted flow.

Have you looked at the similar project "reinteract"?
(www.reinteract.org) It's a little more aggressively different, for
what it's worth. The author seems to have lost steam in the last few
months, but it has some interesting ideas.

It would be neat to integrate ipython, rather than just the standard
python shell, into your console to get autocompletion, fancier help
etc. I think the combination could be great.

Thanks for sharing this, and keep us updated!

Cheers,
Mike

Nicolas Rougier wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> I've developed a GTK/Python/Pylab console that is able to display
> most matplotlib figures directly within the console and handle
> matplotlib mouse events properly.
>
>
> Screenshots and sources are available at:
> http://www.loria.fr/~rougier/pylab.html
>
>
> I've tested several examples from matplotlib examples and they
> seem to be displayed properly. Any comments/requests are welcome.
>
>
> Nicolas Rougier.
>
>
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