Category Archives: data visualization

Matplotlib Quick Starter

Introduction Matplotlib is an open source plotting library for Python (NumPy), designed closely to MATLAB. Last update to this tutorial is on: 2017-04-20. Installation Python 3.X (with many useful libs such NumPy, Matplotlib) & Jupyter notebook (GUI Python Code Editor, … Continue reading

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Blender for Data Visualization – Updated Code for Blender 2.6

Finally I updated the data visualization code from Blender 2.49 to Blender 2.6. You can find the updated Python source code here: https://bzstat.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/DataVisualization/Blender/Update_2.6 The Blender Python APIs changed a lot since Blender 2.5, but the biggest problem is lack of … Continue reading

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Blender for Data Visualization Part 2 – Render Output as Vector Graphics

In my last post, I showed you the basics to use Blender and Python for data visualization. Python is a powerful language which is very suitable for (large) data set processing, we may further explore it later. Blender is one … Continue reading

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Blender for Data Visualization

There are many tools and languages for visualizing data, such as R (1 , 2, 3), Processing, Flash (1, 2, 3). And the powerful open source 3D editor Blender is of course one of them. The advantage of using Blender … Continue reading

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