Load a pickled Python object from a file.
def setup(): global mouse_x_positions, mouse_y_positions py5.size(250, 250) py5.stroke_weight(10) data = py5.load_pickle('mouse_positions.pkl') mouse_x_positions = data['mouse_x'] mouse_y_positions = data['mouse_y'] def draw(): i = py5.frame_count if i < len(mouse_x_positions) and i < len(mouse_y_positions): py5.point(mouse_x_positions[i], mouse_y_positions[i])
Load a pickled Python object from a file. The path can be in the data directory, relative to the current working directory (sketch_path()), or an absolute path.
There are security risks associated with Python pickle files. A pickle file can contain malicious code, so never load a pickle file from an untrusted source.
Underlying Processing method: loadPickle
load_pickle( pickle_path: Union[str, Path] # file path for pickle object file ) -> Any
Updated on March 06, 2023 02:49:26am UTC