[Numpy-discussion] Newbie question

John Byrnes john at nnytech.net
Wed Aug 23 14:23:59 CDT 2006

On Wednesday 23 August 2006 19:12, Paul Midgley wrote:
> Hello
> I have been interested in using python for some time for carrying out
> calculations, but I have not been able to determine if it is possible to
> use it to print out a report at the end. What I want is to use it similar
> to Mathcad producing structured equations in line with the text, graphs
> etc.
> I can produced decent reports using MS Word or open office, but these will
> not do the calculations and the anlysis work that can be done with python
> and similar languages.
> What I am trying to achieve is calculations in a template form where the
> raw data can be put into it and carries out the calculations and it can be
> printed out in the form of a report.

You may be able to use GNU TeXmacs with the Python plugin.  I've not tried 
this so YMMV.


Python Plugin:


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