anyx (pronounced as “anix”) is a python library designed for easily producing high-quality (vector) graphics animations with ease. Although
anyx is built with no assumption about its downstream area of application, it is mostly targeted towards scientific community for creating beautiful scientific/technical illustrations.
anyx is created as a programmatic alternative to heavyweight and (sometimes) proprietary graphical software. Unlike low-level libraries like pygame,
anyx allows users to simply write a description of a target scene and compile it down to the required modality (Video, Animated GIFs etc). The development of
anyx is motivated largely by a similar project called manim.
rlx is a Deep RL library written on top of PyTorch & built for educational and research purpose. Majority of the libraries/codebases for Deep RL are geared more towards reproduction of state-of-the-art algorithms on very specific tasks (e.g. Atari games etc.), but
rlx is NOT. It is supposed to be more expressive and modular. Rather than making RL algorithms as black-boxes,
rlx adopts an API that tries to expose more granular operation to the users which makes writing new algorithms easier. It is also useful for implementing task specific engineering into a known algorithm (as we know RL is very sensitive to small implementation engineerings).
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