[SciPy-user] the meaning of c_ and r_
jh at oobleck.astro.cornell.edu
Thu Oct 21 22:22:01 CDT 2004
> And: if I got some functions that might be useful to others, and want to
> contribute them, where do I turn to?
> I'm working in high-energy physics, and found out, what a beatiful tool for
> algorithm prototyping scipy can be... AND I think (and one of my colleagues
> knows already ;) it will work even better in data-analysis, together with
> the bindings to ROOT (PyROOT)
> - http://root.cern.ch
> where Python can provide a really reasonable shell and scripting
> environment, instead of ROOT's C++ interpreter(!!!), and scipy can do the
> necessary data manipulations.
If you have or know of software that's not appropriate to add to the
core scipy release but that is in coherent packages, please list it on
the "Topical Software" wiki on scipy.org. Put your link in the
Unindexed section. When there's a critical mass of similar stuff,
someone will make a separate page and link it into the index page.
If everyone would take a moment to list their favorite packages this
way, we'd have a comprehensive listing in no time.
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