Happy Valentine's Day

Feel free to 'save and run', pass along, or ignore.
This was my valentine's day present today.
I hope the bandwidth amuses more than it annoys...

Jules

···

#----------------------------------
# hohumheart.py

import numpy as np
import matplotlib as mpl
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
from matplotlib.patches import Polygon

# force square figure and square axes looks better for polar, IMO
width, height = mpl.rcParams['figure.figsize']
size = min(width, height)
# make a square figure
fig = plt.figure(figsize=(size, size))
ax = fig.add_axes([0.1, 0.1, 0.8, 0.8], polar=True, axisbg='#ffffff')

ax.set_rmax(2.0)
ax.set_xticks([])
ax.set_yticks([])
plt.grid(False)

theta = np.linspace(0,1,100)*np.pi*2
r = 1*(1-np.cos(theta))

ncards = 5
step = 2*np.pi/ncards
for ii in range(ncards):
  tr = np.column_stack((theta+ii*step, r))
  cpatch = Polygon(tr)
  cpatch.set_facecolor('r')
  cpatch.set_edgecolor('k')
  cpatch.set_alpha(0.5)
  ax.add_patch(cpatch)

ax.set_title("I $\heartsuit$ you", fontsize=20)
plt.show()

#-----------------------

jules hummon, on 2011-02-14 07:23, wrote:

Feel free to 'save and run', pass along, or ignore.
This was my valentine's day present today.

Thank you for sharing! I took the liberty of livening it up for
my sweetheart.

···

#---------------------------------------------------
# hohumheartbeat.py - a more lively hohumheart.py :wink:

import numpy as np
import matplotlib as mpl
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
from matplotlib.patches import Polygon

# force square figure and square axes looks better for polar, IMO
width, height = mpl.rcParams['figure.figsize']
size = min(width, height)
# make a square figure
fig = plt.figure(figsize=(size, size))
ax = fig.add_axes([0.1, 0.1, 0.8, 0.8], polar=True, axisbg='#ffffff')
ax2 = fig.add_axes([0.45, .9, 0.1, 0.1], polar=True, axisbg='#ffffff')

ax.set_rmax(2.0)
ax2.set_rmax(4.0)
ax2.spines['polar'].set_visible(False)
ax2.patch.set_alpha(.3)
for a in ax,ax2:
  a.set_xticks([])
  a.set_yticks([])
  ax.grid(False)

theta = np.linspace(0,1,100)*np.pi*2
r = 1*(1-np.cos(theta))

ncards = 5
step = 2*np.pi/ncards
pdict = dict(fc='r',ec='k', alpha=.5)
for ii in range(ncards):
    tr = np.column_stack((theta+ii*step, r))
    ax.add_patch(Polygon(tr, **pdict))

# from WolframMath "Heart Curve"
r2 = 2 - 2*np.sin(theta)
r2 += np.sin(theta) * np.sqrt(np.abs(np.cos(theta))) / (np.sin(theta)+1.4)

tr2 = np.column_stack((theta, r2))
ax2.add_patch(Polygon(tr2,**pdict)) # heart

kwargs = dict(transform=ax2.transAxes, va='center', fontsize=20)
ax2.text(0,.45,"I",ha='right',**kwargs)
ax2.text(1,.4,"you",ha='left',**kwargs)

beat = np.tan(np.linspace(0, np.pi*2, 100))
beat[0:20] = beat[60:80]
beat[-20:] = beat[20:40]
beat -= beat.min()
beat /= beat.max()

i=0; beatlen = len(beat)-1;
def heartbeat(e):
    global i;
    i = (i+1) % (beatlen)
    y = beat[i]
    ax2.set_rmax(y*4. + 4.)
    ax2.draw(ax.figure.canvas.get_renderer())
    ax2.figure.canvas.blit(ax2.bbox)
    #plt.draw() #use if the last two lines cause trouble

# even your mouse movements make my heart skip a bit!
cid = ax.figure.canvas.mpl_connect('idle_event', heartbeat)

print "ax.figure.canvas.mpl_disconnect(%d)" %cid
print "#run the line above to 'flatline' (stop heartbeat)"
plt.show()

best,
--
Paul Ivanov
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Happy Valentine’s day!

Ben

On Mon, Feb 14, 2011 at 8:25 PM, Paul Ivanov <pivanov314@…287…> wrote:

jules hummon, on 2011-02-14 07:23, wrote:

Feel free to ‘save and run’, pass along, or ignore.

This was my valentine’s day present today.

Thank you for sharing! I took the liberty of livening it up for

my sweetheart.

#---------------------------------------------------

hohumheartbeat.py - a more lively hohumheart.py :wink:

import numpy as np

import matplotlib as mpl

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

from matplotlib.patches import Polygon

force square figure and square axes looks better for polar, IMO

width, height = mpl.rcParams[‘figure.figsize’]

size = min(width, height)

make a square figure

fig = plt.figure(figsize=(size, size))

ax = fig.add_axes([0.1, 0.1, 0.8, 0.8], polar=True, axisbg=’#ffffff’)

ax2 = fig.add_axes([0.45, .9, 0.1, 0.1], polar=True, axisbg=’#ffffff’)

ax.set_rmax(2.0)

ax2.set_rmax(4.0)

ax2.spines[‘polar’].set_visible(False)

ax2.patch.set_alpha(.3)

for a in ax,ax2:

a.set_xticks([])

a.set_yticks([])

ax.grid(False)

theta = np.linspace(0,1,100)np.pi2

r = 1*(1-np.cos(theta))

ncards = 5

step = 2*np.pi/ncards

pdict = dict(fc=‘r’,ec=‘k’, alpha=.5)
for ii in range(ncards):

tr = np.column_stack((theta+ii*step, r))

ax.add_patch(Polygon(tr, **pdict))

from WolframMath “Heart Curve”

r2 = 2 - 2*np.sin(theta)

r2 += np.sin(theta) * np.sqrt(np.abs(np.cos(theta))) / (np.sin(theta)+1.4)

tr2 = np.column_stack((theta, r2))

ax2.add_patch(Polygon(tr2,**pdict)) # heart

kwargs = dict(transform=ax2.transAxes, va=‘center’, fontsize=20)

ax2.text(0,.45,“I”,ha=‘right’,**kwargs)

ax2.text(1,.4,“you”,ha=‘left’,**kwargs)

beat = np.tan(np.linspace(0, np.pi*2, 100))

beat[0:20] = beat[60:80]

beat[-20:] = beat[20:40]

beat -= beat.min()

beat /= beat.max()

i=0; beatlen = len(beat)-1;

def heartbeat(e):

global i;

i = (i+1) % (beatlen)

y = beat[i]

ax2.set_rmax(y*4. + 4.)

ax2.draw(ax.figure.canvas.get_renderer())

ax2.figure.canvas.blit(ax2.bbox)

#plt.draw()  #use if the last two lines cause trouble

even your mouse movements make my heart skip a bit!

cid = ax.figure.canvas.mpl_connect(‘idle_event’, heartbeat)

print “ax.figure.canvas.mpl_disconnect(%d)” %cid

print “#run the line above to ‘flatline’ (stop heartbeat)”

plt.show()

best,

Paul Ivanov

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Great work!

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Happy Valentine’s day!

Ben

On Mon, Feb 14, 2011 at 8:25 PM, Paul Ivanov <pivanov314@…287…> wrote:

jules hummon, on 2011-02-14 07:23, wrote:

Feel free to ‘save and run’, pass along, or ignore.

This was my valentine’s day present today.

Thank you for sharing! I took the liberty of livening it up for

my sweetheart.

#---------------------------------------------------

hohumheartbeat.py - a more lively hohumheart.py :wink:

import numpy as np

import matplotlib as mpl

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

from matplotlib.patches import Polygon

force square figure and square axes looks better for polar, IMO

width, height = mpl.rcParams[‘figure.figsize’]

size = min(width, height)

make a square figure

fig = plt.figure(figsize=(size, size))

ax = fig.add_axes([0.1, 0.1, 0.8, 0.8], polar=True, axisbg=’#ffffff’)

ax2 = fig.add_axes([0.45, .9, 0.1, 0.1], polar=True, axisbg=’#ffffff’)

ax.set_rmax(2.0)

ax2.set_rmax(4.0)

ax2.spines[‘polar’].set_visible(False)

ax2.patch.set_alpha(.3)

for a in ax,ax2:

a.set_xticks([])

a.set_yticks([])

ax.grid(False)

theta = np.linspace(0,1,100)np.pi2

r = 1*(1-np.cos(theta))

ncards = 5

step = 2*np.pi/ncards

pdict = dict(fc=‘r’,ec=‘k’, alpha=.5)
for ii in range(ncards):

tr = np.column_stack((theta+ii*step, r))

ax.add_patch(Polygon(tr, **pdict))

from WolframMath “Heart Curve”

r2 = 2 - 2*np.sin(theta)

r2 += np.sin(theta) * np.sqrt(np.abs(np.cos(theta))) / (np.sin(theta)+1.4)

tr2 = np.column_stack((theta, r2))

ax2.add_patch(Polygon(tr2,**pdict)) # heart

kwargs = dict(transform=ax2.transAxes, va=‘center’, fontsize=20)

ax2.text(0,.45,“I”,ha=‘right’,**kwargs)

ax2.text(1,.4,“you”,ha=‘left’,**kwargs)

beat = np.tan(np.linspace(0, np.pi*2, 100))

beat[0:20] = beat[60:80]

beat[-20:] = beat[20:40]

beat -= beat.min()

beat /= beat.max()

i=0; beatlen = len(beat)-1;

def heartbeat(e):

global i;

i = (i+1) % (beatlen)

y = beat[i]

ax2.set_rmax(y*4. + 4.)

ax2.draw(ax.figure.canvas.get_renderer())

ax2.figure.canvas.blit(ax2.bbox)

#plt.draw()  #use if the last two lines cause trouble

even your mouse movements make my heart skip a bit!

cid = ax.figure.canvas.mpl_connect(‘idle_event’, heartbeat)

print “ax.figure.canvas.mpl_disconnect(%d)” %cid

print “#run the line above to ‘flatline’ (stop heartbeat)”

plt.show()

best,

Paul Ivanov

314 address only used for lists, off-list direct email at:

http://pirsquared.org | GPG/PGP key id: 0x0F3E28F7

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Here's one try, with the experimental CommFigure IPython comm-based matplotlib backend I tweaked a few months ago:

http://sagecell.sagemath.org/?q=vcycko

(it responds to mouse motion, so move your mouse around. Change the duration line at the top to change how fast the heart beats.)

Thanks,

Jason

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On 2/14/14 4:13 PM, Benjamin Root wrote:

I rolled a 20 today for necromancer, so I am going to do a thread
resurrection. Given recent improvements in matplotlib, we should
definitely make this web-enabled. That way, we can share our nerdiness
with our non-nerdy significant others.