[SciPy-user] ANN: SciPy 0.4.4 released
e.tadeu at gmail.com
Mon Jan 16 06:29:25 CST 2006
Thanks for this release, SciPy is a very useful tool/framework, and now we
can officially use SciPy in Python 2.4 too :)
I think xplt is missing in SciPy 0.4.4 binaries. I installed "SciPy
2.4 and Pentium 3" binary, but site-packages/scipy/xplt only has
gistdemomovie.py and pyc!
On 1/16/06, Ed Schofield <schofield at ftw.at> wrote:
> SciPy 0.4.4
> Scientific tools for Python
> I'm pleased to announce the release of SciPy 0.4.4. This is the first
> release to support the new NumPy package (version 0.9.2). This release
> reflects 14 months of development since SciPy 0.3.1. It provides much
> new functionality, many bug fixes, and a simpler installation procedure.
> It is available for download from
> as a source tarball for Linux/Solaris/OS X/BSD/Windows (64-bit and
> 32-bit) and as an executable installer for Win32.
> More information on SciPy is available at
> SciPy is an Open Source library of scientific tools for Python. It
> contains a variety of high-level science and engineering modules,
> including modules for statistics, optimization, integration, linear
> algebra, Fourier transforms, signal and image processing, genetic
> algorithms, ODE solvers, special functions, and more.
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