I generated a bunch of 3d plots to produce an animation and I saved them both as png and sobj files, because I wanted to keep the objects for later manipulations. However, when loading back an sobj file, I find them to be unusable. More precesily,
p=plot3d(lambda x1,y1: h(t0,x1,y1), (-5,5),(-5,5),plot_points=100); #t0 fixed and h(t,x,y) a procedure
returns the error
NotImplementedError: You must override the get_grid method.
while the png image files get correctly generated.
There is no mention of this kind of error in the Plot3D doc, except for parametric surfaces
where it is mentioned that get_grid should indeed be overriden for subclasses of parametric_surface. Any idea why this error shows up only after importing the object ?
Many thanks, Benhuard
asked Sep 19 '10Benhuard
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This isn't an answer to your question, but I wanted to point out that @mhampton seems to have alternate ways of producing 3D animations, which maybe you could use to work around your problem. He mentioned them in his answer to my question animate 3d plots.
I can confirm this with an easier example:
I will try to look into this later; it's puzzling to me, since we get
posted Sep 20 '10kcrisman
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