VTK/Examples/Python/Infovis/ParallelCoordinatesView

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Parallel Coordinates View of the example data after selecting low Elevation values with lasso.

ParallelCoordinatesView.py

#!/usr/bin/env python
 
# Example of how to use Parallel Coordinates View to plot and compare
# data set attributes.
# Use the "u" character to toggle between "inspect modes" on the parallel
# coordinates view (i.e. between selecting data and manipulating axes).
# Lines which are commented out show alternative options.
 
import vtk
 
# Generate an example image data set with multiple attribute arrays to probe
# and view.
# This is where you would put your reader instead of this rt->elev pipeline...
rt = vtk.vtkRTAnalyticSource()
rt.SetWholeExtent(-3, 3, -3, 3, -3, 3)
grad = vtk.vtkImageGradient()
grad.SetDimensionality(3)
grad.SetInputConnection(rt.GetOutputPort())
brown = vtk.vtkBrownianPoints()
brown.SetMinimumSpeed(0.5)
brown.SetMaximumSpeed(1.0)
brown.SetInputConnection(grad.GetOutputPort())
elev = vtk.vtkElevationFilter()
elev.SetLowPoint(-3, -3, -3)
elev.SetHighPoint(3, 3, 3)
elev.SetInputConnection(brown.GetOutputPort())
 
# Set up the parallel coordinates Representation to be used in the View
rep = vtk.vtkParallelCoordinatesRepresentation()
 
# Plug your reader in here for your own data
if vtk.VTK_MAJOR_VERSION <= 5:
    rep.SetInput(elev.GetOutput())
else:
    rep.SetInputConnection(elev.GetOutputPort())
 
# List all of the attribute arrays you want plotted in parallel coordinates
rep.SetInputArrayToProcess(0, 0, 0, 0, 'RTDataGradient')
rep.SetInputArrayToProcess(1, 0, 0, 0, 'RTData')
rep.SetInputArrayToProcess(2, 0, 0, 0, 'Elevation')
rep.SetInputArrayToProcess(3, 0, 0, 0, 'BrownianVectors')
 
rep.SetUseCurves(0)     # set to 1 to use smooth curves
rep.SetLineOpacity(0.5)
 
# Set up the Parallel Coordinates View and hook in the Representation
view = vtk.vtkParallelCoordinatesView()
view.SetRepresentation(rep)
 
# Inspect Mode determines whether your interactions manipulate the axes or
# select data
# view.SetInspectMode(0)    # VTK_INSPECT_MANIPULATE_AXES = 0,
view.SetInspectMode(1)      # VTK_INSPECT_SELECT_DATA = 1
 
# Brush Mode determines the type of interaction you perform to select data
view.SetBrushModeToLasso()
# view.SetBrushModeToAngle()
# view.SetBrushModeToFunction()
# view.SetBrushModeToAxisThreshold()  # not implemented yet (as of 21 Feb 2010)
 
# Brush Operator determines how each new selection interaction changes
# selected lines
# view.SetBrushOperatorToAdd()
# view.SetBrushOperatorToSubtract()
# view.SetBrushOperatorToIntersect()
view.SetBrushOperatorToReplace()
 
 
def ToggleInspectors(obj, event):
    # Define the callback routine which toggles between "Inspect Modes"
    if (view.GetInspectMode() == 0):
        view.SetInspectMode(1)
    else:
        view.SetInspectMode(0)
 
# Hook up the callback to toggle between inspect modes
# (manip axes & select data)
view.GetInteractor().AddObserver("UserEvent", ToggleInspectors)
 
# Set up render window
view.GetRenderWindow().SetSize(600, 300)
view.ResetCamera()
view.Render()
 
# Start interaction event loop
view.GetInteractor().Start()