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Category Archives: Packages
Damien Irving has a great post describing the weather and climate stack in Python!
This week on the mailing list, there was a neat thread about what to use for writing user-interfaces in Python. Here was a list of recommended graphical user-interface packages: Qt: pyQt or pySide. PyGTK wxPython Glade + PyGTK Chris Barker … Continue reading
Version 2.1 is now available! Binaries are available here. (Hat tip to Charles Doutriaux.)
Jonathan Helmus is organizing a code sprint for aoslib at the AMS 2014 Python Symposium! Here are the details from an email Jonathan sent out to the mailing list …
On the mailing list today, Scott Collis shared this article on why Python is dominating scientific computing. The article also discusses some amazing new Python packages for scientific computing!
Packt has a new book out called Learning Geospatial Analysis with Python. Here’s more info.: http://www.packtpub.com/learning-geospatial-analysis-with-python/book. (Hat tip to the author, Joel Lawhead.) Check it out!
Andrea Cimatoribus has just put out wmtsa-python, a wavelet package for timeseries analysis. It’s in pre-alpha stage, but users, testers, and contributors are very welcome! Hat tip: Andrea Cimatoribus, on the main PyAOS mailing list.
See http://uv-cdat.org. (Hat tip: Charles Doutriaux.)