- Author: Marco Musy
- License: MIT
- Version: 2019.4.10
A python module for scientific visualization, analysis and animation of 3D objects and point clouds based on VTK.
Please check out the git repository.
A full list of examples can be found in directories:
vtkplotter has been used so far:
1. Diego, X. et al,: “Key features of Turing systems are determined purely by network topology”, Physical Review X 20 June 2018.
2. M. Musy, K. Flaherty, J. Raspopovic, A. Robert-Moreno, J. T. Richtsmeier, J. Sharpe: “A Quantitative Method for Staging Mouse Limb Embryos based on Limb Morphometry”, Development 2018, doi: 10.1242/dev.154856, 5 April 2018.
- Dalmasso et al., “Evolution in space and time of 3D volumetric images”, in preparation.
4. M. Musy, G. Dalmasso, J. Sharpe and N. Sime, “vtkplotter: plotting in FEniCS with python”, link. Poster at the FEniCS‘2019 Conference, Carnegie Institution for Science Department of Terrestrial Magnetism, Washington DC, June 2019.
Have you found this software useful for your research? Please cite it as:
M. Musy, et al., “vtkplotter, a python module for scientific visualization, analysis and animation of 3D objects and point clouds based on VTK.”. Zenodo, doi: 10.5281/zenodo.2561402, 10 February 2019.