Tag Archives: Python

Creating Text – manim Series: Part 4

You can find the previous post in this series here and the overview of the entire series here. 4.0 Creating Text There is a special subclass of Mobject called a TextMobject (a text math object). Add the following class to … Continue reading

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More Shapes – manim Series: Part 3

You can find the previous post in this series here and the overview of the entire series here. 3.0 More Shapes You can create almost any geomtric shape using manim. You can create circles, squares, rectangles, ellipses, lines, and arrows. … Continue reading

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Creating Your First Scene – manim Series: Part 2

This is part of a series of posts on my journey learning how to use manim, a mathematical animation toolbox created for the 3blue1brown video series. Check out the previous entry to install the required packages to get started. To … Continue reading

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Installing manim and Python – manim Series: Part 1

This post is part of a series on what I learned as I taught myself how to use manim, the mathematical animation software behind the beautiful videos at 3blue1brown. Check them out if you haven’t seen any of them yet. … Continue reading

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Learning How To Animate Videos Using manim Series – A Journey

Grant Sanderson of 3Blue1Brown has an amazing series of videos on a variety of topics in mathematics. I especially like how he helps you develop a deeper intuitive feel of some mathematical concepts in linear algebra, calculus, and several other … Continue reading

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Programming Games with Python

I’ll be giving a talk at the Science Olympiad Nationals being held here at UW-Stout on gaming physics engines. I thought I’d put up a few resources related to my talk and add some resources on how to get started … Continue reading

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Python + Excel = Gradebook Happiness

I’m really trying to streamline my workflow (and reduce grade entering errors) so I thought rather than writing scores by hand on each assessment, I’d put the scores directly into a spreadsheet. ┬áIn order to hand back scores for each … Continue reading

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