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Quick Questions: May 12, 2021
reddit.com/r/math | 2021-05-12
If the goal is to make a pretty animation for teaching purposes, Manim Community seems like a good choice - it's for creating visualization of math concepts (originally made for/by the math YouTuber 3Blue1Brown but now adopted as a community-driven open-source project). You use Python to build animations.
Manim Community v0.6.0 has been released! 🎉🙌
reddit.com/r/manim | 2021-05-03
I'm sorry to hear! If you want us to help, it's probably easiest if you head over to https://github.com/ManimCommunity/manim/discussions and open a new discussion, including the errors you get.reddit.com/r/manim | 2021-05-03
Interesting find! Would you mind opening an issue?
What is your educational level?
reddit.com/r/Egypt | 2021-04-29
Also, there exists a community edition, which you can check out here.
reddit.com/r/osugame | 2021-04-23
Created using ManimCE https://www.manim.community/
manim is not behaving properly
Aha, I see. But it strange that the official docs didn't mention it on those pages. Anyway thanks u/and_as_always did you say something on [this issue](https://github.com/ManimCommunity/manim/issues/1388)?
I don't understand what's going on with my manim. After upgrading it to v0.5.0 everything is going wrong. 1388 is one of them. Today I was trying to create a continuous motion using SteamLines. Following the docs I try this:
The docs you have are from a pull request that has not been merged yet. You either want to use the current stable version of the docs (https://docs.manim.community/en/stable/) or install manim from pull request's source code on GitHub (https://github.com/ManimCommunity/manim/pull/1347).
The version you reference above belongs to the changes proposed at https://github.com/ManimCommunity/manim/pull/1347 -- which is not included in any released version yet.
Saving Python Simulation
reddit.com/r/learnpython | 2021-04-21
Matplotlib supports making animations, and they can be saved directly as video files, so I'd suggest looking into that. If you care more about the animation than the plots you may also wish to try manim, but from what you've described it's likely the wrong option for you.
Installing manim with chocolatey
reddit.com/r/manim | 2021-04-21
(see www.manim.community for the link)
How to remove background_lines generate by NumberPlane
reddit.com/r/manim | 2021-04-20
But I want to remove those background_lines. The GitHub code show there is init_background_lines method called which create those lines. So I try to reverse those by removing:
How are mathematical animations made?
reddit.com/r/animation | 2021-04-16
There is also a community maintained version ->https://github.com/ManimCommunity/manim/
Made a manim (community) visualization on Viviani theorem
reddit.com/r/3Blue1Brown | 2021-04-14
Originally learnt it from Think Twice's video long back, just thought of animating it with manim (community). Here is the code for the animations if anyone is interested. I upload some manim-made math visualizations to my YT channel PRAGYAAN, I'd be glad if you could check it out as well. Thanks!
Can someone help me out?
reddit.com/r/manim | 2021-04-12
If not, have a look at the community maintained version, you can find lots of documentation at https://docs.manim.community/en/v0.5.0/. Getting it should be simple; just run pip install manim.