The instructions and example code are hosted on GitHub here: https://github.com/banesullivan/trans...

This workshop provides an introductory guide to PyVista for geoscientists. Bane Sullivan, one of the co-creators of PyVista, will give an overview of the PyVista 3D visualization software, how to get up and running with it, and some of the software’s basic features in a geoscientific context. Bane’s goal for this workshop is to provide a guide to understanding PyVista and provide everyone the tools they need to learn and explore PyVista beyond the workshop.

Getting Started

This workshop assumes you have anaconda on your machine. There is a provided environment.yml file to create a conda virtual environment for installing PyVista and many other packages for the tutorials in this workshop.

  1. Download entire repository
  2. Run conda env create --file=environment.yml
  3. Activate the environment: conda activate t21-pyvista

As a last resort, there is a MyBinder set up for this demo here:

MyBinder will be slow and not as responsive when 3D rendering so I advise against using it.

Using pip instead

For those of you that do not use anaconda, I have added a requirements.txt file that can be used with pip to isntall everything. This demo will work best on Python 3.7.

pip install -r requirements.txt


There is also a docker image hosted on GitHub's container registry: https://github.com/banesullivan/transform-2021/pkgs/container/transform-2021

docker pull ghcr.io/banesullivan/transform-2021:latest

Run the docker image:

docker run -p 8888:8888 ghcr.io/banesullivan/transform-2021:latest