pynglex - a script for running PyNGL/PyNIO examplesThe pynglex command copies and runs PyNGL/PyNIO examples in your local directory. These examples demonstrate how to use PyNGL and PyNIO functions in a variety of ways. You can view a gallery of all the pynglex examples that create visualizations.
Execpt in those few cases where an example generates, by way of illustration, output in a specific format, the examples generate PostScript output with the file name being the same as the example name with a ".ps" appended. The pynglex script has a flag that allows you to specify any of the available output formats.
Here is a description of how to use pynglex:
usage: pynglex [options] [example_names] options (must appear separately if more than one): -a Run all of the examples. -w type Specifies an overriding output workstation type. "type" can be one of "ps", "pdf", "ncgm", "x11" (or ps, pdf, ncgm, x11 - i.e. without quotes). "ps" is the default. The -w option requires a type be specified. -n Copy over the source files, but do not execute. -l List out the available example names. -h Print out this usage message. --numeric Deprecated. Support for Numeric was dropped. example names A list of the examples you want to run.