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Interactive Volume Rendering for yt

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interactive volume rendering for yt

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This package provides interactive visualization using OpenGL for datasets loaded in yt. It is written to provide both scripting and interactive access.

example of using yt_idv

Features

  • Rendering of multi-resolution (AMR) volume data
  • Rendering of unstructured mesh data
  • Fully-traitlets-ized interface for controlling the rendering properties
  • DearImGUI-based interactive controls
  • On-screen rendering powered by pyglet and off-screen EGL through PyOpenGL
  • Multiple annotations:
    • Text
    • Boxes
    • Block and grid outlines
  • Support for sub-selections of data via the yt data selection interface
  • Integration with the ipywidgets Image widget.

Examples

Credits

This package was initially created as part of yt, with the first iteration written by Chuck Rozhon. The conversion to use traitlets, pyglet and a more flexible shader interface was done by Matthew Turk, with contributions from Kacper Kowalik and Chris Havlin.

This package was created with Cookiecutter and the audreyr/cookiecutter-pypackage project template.

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