# glumpy

问题 I have an Anaconda (newest version) environment with Python 3.7.5 installed , it is my only environment so far . Now I want to install glumpy, which is not listed in the anaconda cloud and channels, but it is cloneable via GitHub und installable via pip . I even have a pre-built wheel lying around, still with the newest version. Now, since I only use the conda environment and no other Python installation, I would very much like to get it to work there, without introducing some long-term bugs

## Install glumpy (or other non-conda packages) in conda environment

## Display NumPy array as continuously updating image with Glumpy

问题 I've got a simulation model running in Python using NumPy and SciPy and it produces a 2D NumPy array as the output each iteration. I've been displaying this output as an image using matplotlib and the imshow function. However, I've found out about Glumpy, and on its documentation page it says: Thanks to the IPython shell, glumpy can be ran in interactive mode where you can experience live update in displayed arrays when their contents is changed. However, I can't seem to work out how to do

## Display NumPy array as continuously updating image with Glumpy

I've got a simulation model running in Python using NumPy and SciPy and it produces a 2D NumPy array as the output each iteration. I've been displaying this output as an image using matplotlib and the imshow function. However, I've found out about Glumpy, and on its documentation page it says: Thanks to the IPython shell, glumpy can be ran in interactive mode where you can experience live update in displayed arrays when their contents is changed. However, I can't seem to work out how to do this with the examples they've given. Basically my model runs as a single function which has a big for