[vtkusers] Equation Rendering Using Python

Dan Lipsa dan.lipsa at kitware.com
Tue Feb 19 08:47:55 EST 2019

Not that I am aware of. I would look at how TestMathTextActor.cxx is

 @Allison Vacanti <allison.vacanti at kitware.com> might give you better

On Tue, Feb 19, 2019 at 5:52 AM akaszynski <akascap at gmail.com> wrote:

> While I could rebuild vtk locally, I’m building a python module that
> assumes
> the user only has access to the python wheel built for vtk on PyPi, which
> hasn’t included support for equation rendering.
> Regardless, I can still generate rendered equations and even feed it into a
> vtkImageData object.  Is there an example of how I can connect this object
> to an existing text label or text property?  This appears to be the
> approach
> that’s used internally by vtk to take externally rendered images and place
> them where plain text would normally be.
> Examples in Python or C++ (really any language) would be great.
> Thanks in advance for your help!
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