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An advanced visualisation library.

Project description

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PyZinc
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PyZinc provides a python interface to the Zinc visualisation library. There are some examples of using PyZinc available at https://somwhere.like.here. A typical usage often starts with creating a Context like this::

#!/usr/bin/python

from pyzinc import Context

c = Context.Context.create("my-context")

There are some very cool things you can visualise with this library, like DICOM images, Hermite meshes and so on.

First Steps
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The examples are the best place for getting started the PyZinc.

Getting Help
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There are the forums here, a mailing list here and the developer tracker here.


Contributors
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Alan Wu
Hugh Sorby
Richard Christie

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