In article <1139937227.379829.215...@z14g2000cwz.googlegroups.com>,
Michael Tobis <mto...@gmail.com> wrote:.
>Among the Python components and Python bindings of special interest toLovely; putting a copy here is a great service to others.
>scientists are the elegant and powerful matplotlib plotting package,
>which began by emulating and now surpasses the plotting features of
>Matlab, SWIG, which allows for runtime interoperability with various
>languages, f2py which specifically interoperates with Fortran, NetCDF
>libraries (which cope with NetCDF files with dramatically less fuss
>than the standard C or Fortran bindings), statistics packages including
>bindings to the R language, linear algebra packages, various
>platform-specific and portable GUI libraries, genetic algorithms,
>optimization libraries, and bindings for high performance differential
>equation solvers (notably, using the Argonne National Laboratory
>package PetSC). An especially interesting Python trick for runtime
>visualization in models that were not designed to support it, pioneered
>by David Beazley's SWILL, embeds a web server in your model code.
>See especially http://starship.python.net/~hinsen/ScientificPython/ and
I want a few subtle changes. I applaud the slogan about how Python
Also, my instinct is to underline that this stuff is REAL. David
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