[SciPy-user] QME-Dev Workbench (wxSciPy) Alpha release

Robert VERGNES robert.vergnes at yahoo.fr
Fri Jan 19 09:27:28 CST 2007


Hello,

I hope to have an Alpha release this week-end.
A site has been opened ( but it is under construction) at:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/qme-dev/

Those interested in the workbench will be able to test it.
And participate (? everybody disappeared ;-)) ) .

I am struggling a bit .... with the CVS/ftp access at sourceforge, It migh be easier for me to send by email the alpha version to people interested - in the case that I do not find an easy solution to access  sourceforge for upload.(anybody can help? winscp not connecting)

About what is needed to run this wxSciPy workbench you will need : Python 2.5 or higher..., SciPy (and numpy), PyLab(math plot lib) and wxPython 2.8 . and any other package you want to use in the shell(s).
It will be slow for load/save as for debug I use save/load data in ascii format. So for large matrix... it takes some time (say matrix  > 1000x100). But we will switch to binary to speed-up the load/save process soon.


Best Regards

Robert
 

Matthew Vernon <matthew at sel.cam.ac.uk> a écrit : 
On 18 Jan 2007, at 13:56, John Hassler wrote:

> To be still more fair, Scilab should be compared to Matlab, not  
> Python.  Scilab (free) doesn't have the polish of Matlab  
> (expensive), but is as usable as Matlab for a very wide range of  
> problems.  In fact, I like the structure of Scilab much better than  
> that of Matlab and its abominable "function equals m-file"  
> requirement.

If you're looking for matlab replacements, I'd recommend GNU Octave.  
It is mostly compatible with matlab syntax, too.

http://www.gnu.org/software/octave/

Cheers,

Matthew

-- 
Matthew Vernon MA VetMB LGSM MRCVS
Farm Animal Epidemiology and Informatics Unit
Department of Veterinary Medicine, University of Cambridge
http://www.cus.cam.ac.uk/~mcv21/



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