[SciPy-User] How to get an offline scipy cookbook?

Anthony Palomba apalomba@austin.rr....
Tue Dec 21 08:47:59 CST 2010


If you are on windows, you can use WebZip. It is a very handy
utility. It will save any site including links to your hard drive. You
specify how deep you want it to go. It can then export the site
as a .chm (CHM = *C*ompiled *H* T *M* L Help) file.



-ap



On Tue, Dec 21, 2010 at 3:37 AM, Pauli Virtanen <pav@iki.fi> wrote:

> Tue, 21 Dec 2010 00:22:05 -0800, Linuxer Wang wrote:
> > I am a new user of scipy. I found that scipy cookbook is a lot more
> > helpful for me than the official docs. But I don't know where I can
> > download an offline version of the cookbook. Is it ok for me to mirror
> > the whole cookbook with wget? (I don't want to blow off the scipy's
> > website by mirroring it.)
>
> There's no offline version.
>
> The cookbook is not huge, so sensible wget-ing is probably OK. I'd maybe
> use --wait=1 or something to not bomb the server too much, though.
>
> Btw, what aspects of the main docs did you find not useful?
> Did you check the tutorials? Are they too long? Too unfocused? Don't
> cover enough features?
>
> --
> Pauli Virtanen
>
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