Breaking changes: -`eps` argument renamed to `foreground` - `Grid` no longer contains actual data (iem the data modified by draw_* functions), only the metadata (edge positions, periodicity, etc.). Data is now a user-managed ndarray.
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|gridlock||7 months ago|
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Gridlock is a Python module for drawing on coupled grids.
Gridlock is used primarily for 'painting' shapes in 3D on multiple grids which represent the same spatial region, but are offset from each other. It does straightforward natural <-> grid unit conversion and can handle non-uniform rectangular grids (the entire grid is generated based on the coordinates of the boundary points along each axis).
- python 3 (written and tested with 3.9)
- matplotlib (optional, used for visualization functions)
- mpl_toolkits.mplot3d (optional, used for isosurface visualization)
- skimage (optional, used for isosurface visualization)
Install with pip:
pip3 install gridlock
Alternatively, install via git
pip3 install git+https://mpxd.net/code/jan/float_raster.git@release pip3 install git+https://mpxd.net/code/jan/gridlock.git@release