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self compiled sage jmol viewer works in notebook but not in jupyter notebook?

asked 2019-04-05 04:51:09 -0500

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updated 2019-04-08 16:00:16 -0500

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I have a self-compiled Sage, and adjusted Java Version on the system, so this is running fine in the SageNB notebook (obtained with notebook()):

x, y, z = var('x y z')
plot_vector_field3d((x*cos(z), -y*cos(z), sin(z)), (x, 0, pi), (y, 0, pi), (z, 0, pi), viewer='jmol')

But Jupyter notebook does not want to show vector field 3d: ....

Any help?

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answered 2019-04-08 16:06:50 -0500

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Thanks for reporting. Not sure whether Jmol can work with Jupyter.

Plotting with Tachyon gives a (noninteractive) workaround:

sage: f = lambda x, y, z: x*cos(z)
sage: g = lambda x, y, z: -y*cos(z)
sage: h = lambda x, y, z: sin(z)
sage: p = plot_vector_field3d((f, g, h), (0, pi), (0, pi), (0, pi))
sage: p.show(viewer='tachyon')

Sadly, viewer='threejs' does not seem to be able to show the plot of a vector field so far...

Hopefully someone will make that work soon... So far there does not seem to be a ticket specifically for that:.

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