This package allows you to create simple SVG schematics and block diagrams without a mouse. Instead, you build the schematic using Python to instantiate and place the symbols and wires.
Here is a simple example that demonstrates the package. It generates the schematic of a shunt RLC circuit:
from svg_schematic import Schematic, Resistor, Capacitor, Inductor, Wire from inform import Error, error, os_error try: with Schematic(filename='rlc.svg'): r = Resistor(name='R', orient='v') c = Capacitor(W=r.E, name='C', orient='v') l = Inductor(W=c.E, name='L', orient='v|') Wire([r.p, l.p]) Wire([r.n, l.n]) except Error as e: e.report() except OSError as e: error(os_error(e))
When run, it produces the following schematic:
Requires Python3. Works best with Python3.6 or newer.
You can download and install the latest stable version of the code from PyPI using:
pip3 install --user svg_schematic
You can find the latest development version of the source code on Github.
Contributions in the form of pull requests are welcome.
I tend to create symbols as I need them. If you create missing symbols, please consider contributing them back to the project.