[SciPy-user] looking for a consultant for the design of an interface for our mathematical models

Alexandre Fayolle alexandre.fayolle@logilab...
Tue Jan 6 09:38:48 CST 2009


Le Wednesday 24 December 2008 23:23:53 Marko Loparic, vous avez écrit :
> Hi,
>
> I am looking for someone that could help us to design (perhaps also to
> implement) a user interface (GUI + repository of data) for our
> mathematical models.
>
> I work for a company in the energy sector. Currently in our department
> we have 5 different mathematical models using different GUIs and excel
> hacks to allow users to feed the data and get results. We would like
> to have a single, powerful, user-friendly interface for all those
> models. We need the help of an experienced and inventive software
> designer to help us to choose the technology to use and to make the
> design (possibly also the implementation) of the tool. Of course we
> would like to reuse existing tools whenever possible.
>
> We propose to pay for one or two days of consultancy when we will
> describe our needs and discuss the possible design choices. Depending
> on the conclusions we get we can work further together. We are located
> near Brussels.
>
> Usage of python is not a request but it is a natural choice since it
> is the main language we use.

Hi,

Logilab is located in Paris, and we could certainly send someone to Brussels 
to investigate your problem. Designing user interfaces for scientific data is 
part of the things we do for our customers, and Python is our language of 
choice. 

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Alexandre Fayolle                              LOGILAB, Paris (France)
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