PyAsy is a Python frontend to the Asymptote vector graphics language. In short: Python + NumPy + Asymptote = PyAsy.


  • August 15 2010: PyAsy version 0.3.0 released.
  • August 10 2010: PyAsy now supports animated plots.
  • May 30 2010: PyAsy now supports density (filled contour) plots.
  • April 29 2010: PyAsy version 0.1.0 released.

Please check out the documentation (below) or the PyAsy project page for more infomation about using and contributing to PyAsy.

PyAsy uses semantic versioning.


Main parts of the documentation


Check out the download page for instructions on obtaining and installing PyAsy.


Contributions are welcome! Please send comments, suggestions, and/or patches to the primary author (Matthew Emmett). You will be credited.

If you plan to extend or modify PyAsy in a more substantial way, please see the PyAsy project page.

Table Of Contents

Next topic

PyAsy Examples

This Page