I am working on my design optimization solver, basically using python
scipy, I found wxpython may help me to establish a good UI, but I am not
so familiar with wxpython. I went through book "wxpython in action", and
didn't find very useful example for embedding scientific computation with
input/output/plotting.

Xiaojian,

It's no different than any of the examples in the book.

I would like to have my UI for input data, via grid or check box, which
wxpython has provided but I would like find more useful example to include
the computation of the data, and output the results in text and/or
curves/surfaces (now I used pylab), though I can find some examples from
Tkinter, but I like to use wxpython to do my work. Any help will be very
appreciated.

When data have been entered in a grid, list, or text entry widget, the
user needs to indicate that she's finished by clicking on a button. The
choice of buttons might be "Save," "OK," "Solve," "Plot," and "Cancel." The
event handler bound to each button will call the method (function) that does
the appropriate task.

HTH,

Rich

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I would like to have my UI for input data, via grid or check box, which wxpython has provided
but I would like find more useful example to include the computation of the data, and output the results in text and/or curves/surfaces (now I used pylab),

matplotlib can be embedded directly in a wxPython gui. wxmpl can make this easier.