Plotting in loop problem, not refreshing

Hi everyone ,

I know this has been posted several times now, But I could not understand
qietly why my simple code does not work.
here is the code:
http://old.nabble.com/file/p31775254/LinearConvection.py LinearConvection.py

The problem in detail: In the solver loop ( the outer loop) , The plot
should be updated after every time step, but it stays the same.

I'm a complete noob in python, so excuse my simple communicating language.

thanks alot,
Armin

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Your code should work (and does on my system)…

What backend, version of matplotlib, OS, etc are you running?

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On Sat, Jun 4, 2011 at 4:54 PM, Armin G <armin65@…287…> wrote:

Hi everyone ,

I know this has been posted several times now, But I could not understand

qietly why my simple code does not work.

here is the code:

http://old.nabble.com/file/p31775254/LinearConvection.py LinearConvection.py

The problem in detail: In the solver loop ( the outer loop) , The plot

should be updated after every time step, but it stays the same.

I’m a complete noob in python, so excuse my simple communicating language.

thanks alot,

Armin

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I am using MPL 1.0.1 with Python 2.6 over Windows XP and it works.

I would like to add an advice: range(n) creates a list of size n, and
stores it in memory. But in your code you are only using one number at
a time. Python has a better instruction: xrange. It works exactly like
range, but doesn't create the list; it will return sequentially every
number without the need of storing all at once.

In this simple program it makes no difference, but when you go bigger, it will.

David.

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On Sun, Jun 5, 2011 at 3:28 AM, Joe Kington <jkington@...150...> wrote:

Your code should work (and does on my system)...
What backend, version of matplotlib, OS, etc are you running?

On Sat, Jun 4, 2011 at 4:54 PM, Armin G <armin65@...287...> wrote:

Hi everyone ,

I know this has been posted several times now, But I could not understand
qietly why my simple code does not work.
here is the code:
http://old.nabble.com/file/p31775254/LinearConvection.py
LinearConvection.py

The problem in detail: In the solver loop ( the outer loop) , The plot
should be updated after every time step, but it stays the same.

I'm a complete noob in python, so excuse my simple communicating language.

thanks alot,
Armin
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