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PyVista is a powerful tool that researchers can harness to create compelling, integrated visualizations of large datasets in an intuitive, Pythonic manner. Here are a few open-source projects that leverage PyVista:
PVGeo: Python package of VTK-based algorithms to analyze geoscientific data and models. PyVista is used to make the inputs and outputs of PVGeo’s algorithms more accessible.
gemgis: Spatial data processing for geomodeling.
gimly: Geophysical inversion and modeling library.
itkwidgets: Interactive Jupyter widgets to visualize images, point sets, and meshes in 2D and 3D. Supports all PyVista mesh types.
mne-python: MNE: Magnetoencephalography (MEG) and Electroencephalography (EEG) in Python.
omfvista: 3D visualization for the Open Mining Format (omf). PyVista provides the foundation for this library’s visualization.
pyleecan: Electrical engineering open-source software providing a user-friendly, unified, flexible simulation framework for the multiphysic design and optimization of electrical machines and drives
pymapdl: Pythonic interface to Ansys MAPDL.
pyprocar: A Python library for electronic structure pre/post-processing.
tetgen: Python Interface to Hang Si’s C++ TetGen Library
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