No challenge here, just a lack of knowledge.
My application will be writing a progress log to a text file as it chews on
the data and spits out the bones. Among the lines of text that document how
input data are used to produce the output will be plots of the
under-generation solution fuzzy set (a simple 2D plot). Also, I want the text
to be in LaTeX (and the plots to be in a compatible format; e.g., .eps or
.pdf) so the report can be printed with pdflatex.
I just looked at the PyX web site and it appears that there is similarity
in abilities -- for my needs, at least -- between matplotlib and pyx. What
are the relative advantages of each?
Your advice, suggestions, thoughts, and other contributions are solicited.
Richard B. Shepard, Ph.D. | Author of "Quantifying Environmental
Applied Ecosystem Services, Inc. (TM) | Impact Assessments Using Fuzzy Logic"
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