ΦFlow provides an interactive web interface that can display 1D, 2D and 3D data. This GUI uses Dash to host a website on a local port. Opening the website remotely may require port forwarding, e.g. via SSH.
The web interface consists of multiple tabs (web pages) which can be accessed at the upper left corner of each page.
Tips & Tricks:
stridevalue which can be found in the
The web interface provides a Refresh rate control above the field viewer.
This value describes how often the diagrams in the browser are updated.
It is independent of the framerate specified in
view() which defines how quickly the user code is executed.
show method supports additional keyword arguments to configure how the App contents are displayed.
display parameter defines which fields are displayed initially, e.g.
|external_web_server||Whether an external tool is used to host the Dash server. If False, launches a new web server.||False|
|arrow_origin||Which part of the arrow is centered at the position of the field. One of ‘base’, ‘center’, ‘tip’.||‘tip’|
|max_arrow_resolution||Downscale grids to have no more than resolution**2 cells before drawing arrows.||40|
|min_arrow_length||Fraction of figure size. Smaller arrows are not drawn.||0.005|
|max_arrows||Maximum number of arrows to draw. Arrows are sorted by length.||2000|
|draw_full_arrows||Whether to draw the tips of arrows. If False, draws arrows as lines.||False|
|colormap||Built-in: ‘viridisx’, ‘OrWhBl’. Additional colormaps can be used if matplotlib is installed.||‘viridisx’|
|slow_colorbar||If True, keeps colorbar similar to previous frame if possible.||False|