A Bokeh implementation of Conway's Game of Life

Hi

Wondering if there was a good example implementation of Conways game of Life using Bokeh to practise with? Google search keeps returning numpy and matplotlib such as these https://github.com/thearn/game-of-life and many others.

Would prefer to use Bokeh then invest my time in Matplotlib, since Bokeh clearly the future.

If not I will give it a go, just prefer to copy on the first learn and then re-implement differently once working.

Cheers

Sayth

Hi,

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On Mon, May 2, 2016 at 5:25 AM, Sayth [email protected] wrote:

Hi

Wondering if there was a good example implementation of Conways game of Life using Bokeh to practise with? Google search keeps returning numpy and matplotlib such as these https://github.com/thearn/game-of-life and many others.

Would prefer to use Bokeh then invest my time in Matplotlib, since Bokeh clearly the future.

If not I will give it a go, just prefer to copy on the first learn and then re-implement differently once working.

I’m not aware of any implementation, so I hacked this one https://gist.github.com/mattpap/e553df314c6091fb10955f8466822e1e (reusing logic from the given repo). It uses bokeh server to allow continuous updates in a web browser. There are other possibilities as well, by creating non-server version or using directly bokehjs (0.12dev).

Mateusz

Cheers

Sayth

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I like that Bokeh really doesn’t get in the way at all its readable and clear.

Thanks
Sayth

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On Mon, May 2, 2016 at 5:25 AM, Sayth [email protected] wrote:

Hi

Wondering if there was a good example implementation of Conways game of Life using Bokeh to practise with? Google search keeps returning numpy and matplotlib such as these https://github.com/thearn/game-of-life and many others.

Would prefer to use Bokeh then invest my time in Matplotlib, since Bokeh clearly the future.

If not I will give it a go, just prefer to copy on the first learn and then re-implement differently once working.

I’m not aware of any implementation, so I hacked this one https://gist.github.com/mattpap/e553df314c6091fb10955f8466822e1e (reusing logic from the given repo). It uses bokeh server to allow continuous updates in a web browser. There are other possibilities as well, by creating non-server version or using directly bokehjs (0.12dev).

Mateusz

Cheers

Sayth

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