Start a Python project¶
You are using C++?
Tubex is ready to be used on your computer.
You can now import the
tubex_libpackage and start using it:
from pyibex import * from tubex_lib import * x = Tube(Interval(0,10), 0.01, TFunction("cos(t)+abs(t-5)*[-0.1,0.1]")) beginDrawing() fig = VIBesFigTube("My first tube") fig.add_tube(x, "x") fig.show() endDrawing()
This script will create a simple tube and display it.
You can run it (if saved in a file
In order to visualize the tube, you need to launch the VIBes viewer independently. On Linux, you can for instance execute:
If everything is well installed on your computer, you should see the following window appear: