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Using pyglet in sage?

asked 2013-02-09 22:59:47 -0500

Alasdair gravatar image

I'm experimenting with the Geometry package in sympy, but plotting seems to require pyglet:

from sympy import symbols, Plot  
from sympy.geometry import *   
c1 = Circle(Point(0,0),2)  
Plot(c1)  

ImportError: pyglet is required for plotting.  
  visit http://www.pyglet.org/

Now, as far as I know, pyglet is installed (via python), but it doesn't seem to be "visible" in Sage. I would rather use Sage than python/sympy, as I also need to perform some numerical and symbolic computations, as well as plotting the results.

So either I need to know how to get Sage to use pyglet, or get sympy.geometry to use another plotting tool.

Any advice? Thanks!

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answered 2013-02-10 01:17:29 -0500

updated 2013-02-11 03:29:21 -0500

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Sage installs its own version of Python and many other mathematics packages independent of the host operating system. You would need to install pyglet in this environment. You can do this with

sage: !easy_install pyglet

on the Sage ipython prompt.

This was also answered here.

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Well, it was answered about a different package, but yes.

kcrisman gravatar imagekcrisman ( 2013-02-11 03:29:41 -0500 )edit

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