[SciPy-User] Useful libraries beyond numpy and scipy?

David Baddeley david_baddeley@yahoo.com...
Sun Jun 24 22:42:31 CDT 2012


Sounds like an awesome platform!

another emphatic vote for
matplotlib

and in no particular order:
PIL
pyfftw
pytables
django (and possibly associated modules like django-south)
pyro (I use this for both control of remote devices, and as the basis of a distributed analysis backend)
mysql
pyserial (not sure how relevant this is on your platform)

(Some of these have a bit of a web app type slant, but figure that this might be where you're looking to go anyway - I've got a neat temperature monitoring app which produces temperature history graphs with a web interface using numpy, scipy, matplotlib, django  and an SQL database on a server.  This is linked via pyro to a second computer which runs some custom driver code for an obscure ADC board that monitors the temperature sensors. )



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 From: Ralf Gommers <ralf.gommers@googlemail.com>
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On Sat, Jun 23, 2012 at 3:40 AM, Brandon Stafford <brandon@rascalmicro.com> wrote:

Hi all,
>
>I've been working on a small board for scientists (and artists) that
>runs Python. The idea is to make something like an Arduino, but beefed
>up to handle real web traffic. Some background on the board at
>http://www.engadget.com/2012/06/13/rascal-micro-hands-on-video/ and
>more at http://rascalmicro.com
>

Looks awesome, thanks for sharing.
 


>I'm shipping boards with scipy and numpy preinstalled, and I'm
>wondering what other libraries complement those two well. I'm aware of
>(and actually have a library of my own listed on) the list at
>http://www.scipy.org/Topical_Software but it's hard to tell what's
>both mature and widely used.
>
>What are the top 3 or 4 libraries you use, either for control during
>experiments or for data analysis?
>

For data analysis scikit-image, statsmodels and scikit-learn would be high on my list. Plus matplotlib, to not have to learn jQplot.

Ralf


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