Zinc Library: An advanced visualisation library for FE models
Zinc provides Python bindings to the visualisation library. There are some examples available at https://somwhere.like.here. A typical usage often starts with creating a Context like this:
from opencmiss.zinc import context c = context.Context.create("my-context")
There are some very cool things you can visualize with this library, like DICOM images, Hermite meshes and so on.
The examples are the best place for getting started with Zinc Python bindings.
Alan Wu Hugh Sorby Richard Christie
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