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MayaVi-1.2 Released!
Posted Thu June 13, 2002 @03:37PM
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Post Processing MayaVi is a free, easy to use, scientific data visualizer. It is written in Python and uses the Visualization Toolkit (VTK) for the graphics. It provides a GUI written using Tkinter. MayaVi is free and distributed under a BSD license. It is also scriptable and cross platform and should run on any platform where both Python and VTK are available.

For more information, downloadable sources and binaries, screenshots, installation instructions, documentation etc. visit the MayaVi home page on SourceForge.

Also bundled with MayaVi is a VTK pipeline browser written in Python and a new utility module that makes using VTK easier from the interpreter.

Changes: A license change from GPL/LGPL to BSD, a new interactive data picker and light manipulation kit, a new CellData to PointData filter, Geomview OOGL export support, a few more commandline options, important bugfixes, PDF documentation, and new RPMs and debs.


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