[SciPy-user] Subject: Re: Scientific Python publications

Tony Mannucci Tony.Mannucci@jpl.nasa....
Sun Oct 28 12:44:24 CDT 2007


Thanks for your comments. It would be a good learning tool to see 
those two codes side-by-side (matlab and SciPy). I cannot access the 
article.

-Tony

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>Date: Tue, 09 Oct 2007 22:24:36 +0200
>From: jaropis <jaropis@gazeta.pl>
>Subject: Re: [SciPy-user] Scientific Python publications
>To: scipy-user@scipy.org
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>>  the molecular science group at the university of Bristol on a recent
>>  scientific paper and thought that I could use the talk as an excuse to
>>  advertise the wonders of python.
>
>I use Python a lot - for example this paper:
>
>http://www.iop.org/EJ/abstract/0967-3334/28/3/005
>
>has an animation done in SciPy+pylab, and all the calculations are in
>Python. I give Matlab code for the same calculations in an appendix, but
>they were originally done in SciPy and then translated to Matlab.
>
>Jarek P
>

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