This guide is here to help you start creating interactive 3D plots with PyVista with the help of our examples and tutorials.
Here’s a quick demo of PyVista running within JupyterLab.
Here’s a quick demo of PyVista running within a terminal using IPython.
The only prerequisite for installing PyVista is Python itself. If you don’t have Python yet and want the simplest way to get started, we recommend you use the Anaconda Distribution.
We’ve provided a variety of resources for you to get used to PyVista’s API through a range of examples and tutorials.
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For general questions about the project, its applications, or about software usage, please create a discussion in pyvista/discussions where the community can collectively address your questions. You are also welcome to join us on Slack or send one of the developers an email. The project support team can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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If you are using PyVista in your scientific research, please help our scientific visibility by citing our work! Head over to Citing PyVista to learn more about citing PyVista.