Review implementation of Voronoi diagrams

Dear matplotlib devs,

I've been working on an implementation of Voronoi diagrams in
matplotlib. It is based on the Delaunay triangulation and simply creates
a PatchCollection of Voronoi cells.

I added a function/method to the pyplot module and the Axes class,
respectively, which is called like this:

voronoi(X, Y, ...)
voronoi(X, Y, C, ...)

where X, Y are coordinates of an unstructured grid and C an optional
mappable scalar.

The topic branch in my fork is in a fully operational state now and I
would like to ask you to review it.

Check it out here:
https://github.com/aepsil0n/matplotlib/compare/topic;voronoi

Kind regards,
Eduard Bopp

Thank you for the contribution. Would you mind creating this as a pull request so we can comment on it and keep track of its progress? (Visit your forks' page -- there should be a "pull request" button for your "topic;voronoi" branch there).

And also, just to note I have some immediate commitments and may not get to this for a while personally -- which isn't to say any of the other fine folks here won't :slight_smile:

Mike

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On 06/11/2013 08:28 AM, Eduard Bopp wrote:

Dear matplotlib devs,

I've been working on an implementation of Voronoi diagrams in
matplotlib. It is based on the Delaunay triangulation and simply creates
a PatchCollection of Voronoi cells.

I added a function/method to the pyplot module and the Axes class,
respectively, which is called like this:

voronoi(X, Y, ...)
voronoi(X, Y, C, ...)

where X, Y are coordinates of an unstructured grid and C an optional
mappable scalar.

The topic branch in my fork is in a fully operational state now and I
would like to ask you to review it.

Check it out here:
https://github.com/aepsil0n/matplotlib/compare/topic;voronoi

Kind regards,
Eduard Bopp

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