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bcraig_6973 last edited by bcraig_6973
Step by step how would I write and display in Python 3
But I need Visual feedback
dgelessus last edited by
A "1D coordinate" is simply a number, and there are lots of ways you can visualize a number. You could draw a number line with
canvas, or you could display a
ui.Slider, or you could plot something with
It sounds like you're looking for something else though. What exactly are you trying to do? Perhaps we can help better if you give us some context.
ccc last edited by ccc
@bcraig_6973 Perhaps check out http://matplotlib.org/mpl_toolkits/mplot3d/ and https://matplotlib.org/gallery.html The
matplotlibModule plots 2D and 3D graphs and it is built into Pythonista.
Hi and Thanks for Your feedback.
Well I am starting a math book on 3d math. Primer which I am not great at math so I am trying to grasp this stuff while learn Python becuase I learn by Visual feedback
and First lesson are on
1 Cartesian Coordinate Systems
1.1 1DMathematics ...........
1.4 OddsandEnds ....................... 19
1.5 Exercises........................... 27
I hope that makes more since And Thanks guys
zipit last edited by zipit
I do not want to discourage you but you picked there one of the two reference handbooks in the field which both do not make any prisoners when it comes to their math and the algorithmic concepts.
I would suggest that you pick easier goals especially if you are not a natural at mathematics. There is is for once the bit dated but still very elegent Vector Math for 3D Computer Graphics which explains the most important concepts of Linear Algebra very nicely. Also I would suggest you take a look at Processing, its tutorials and its python mode. It is an enviroment which has been explicitly designed for visual people.
would suggest that you pick easier goals especially if you are not a natural at mathematics. There is is for once the bit dated but still very elegent Vector Math for 3D Computer Graphics which explains the most important concepts of Linear Algebra very nicely. Also I would suggest you take a look at Processing, its tutorials and its python mode. It is an enviroment which has been explicitly designed for visual people.
Thank You Sir
If I have question may I ask you for assist ?
zipit last edited by
Sure, shoot. Just ask them here in the forum, because there are probably people here which are more qualified to answer them than me.
What are modules do I need to be able to do this in python ?
Coordinate plane examples | Linear equations and functions | 8th grade | Khan Academy
zipit last edited by zipit
Ploting and calculus can be done with
matplotlib. Both are available in pythonista by default.
import numpy from matplotlib import pyplot #100 linear samples between -10 and 10 x = numpy.linspace(-10, 10, 100) #draw a red line through f(x) = x pyplot.plot(x, x, 'r-') #draw a blue dotted line through f(x) = sin(x) pyplot.plot(x, numpy.sin(x), 'b--') #show the plot pyplot.show()
Thank very I try to move from that point math
and slowly try to grasp these is math concepts related to python
again thanks I try to look up any of the this math symbols I do not know otherwise I'll ask you question 😃