[Numpy-discussion] Big list of Numpy & Scipy users
Thu Apr 5 00:52:13 CDT 2007
On 4/5/07, Sebastian Haase <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Why do you call it
> if it also lists people/project who use (only) numpy.
> I wish I could suggest a better name ...
> I just checked the swig.org web site; the call it just
> "projects" ( http://www.swig.org/projects.html )
> [ Open source projects using SWIG ]
> so maybe just leaving out the "Scipy_" part.
> BTW, do peer review papers count !? I have two of them, using numpy
> (originally numarray, but now it's numpy)
> Maybe the projects should be in categories:
> - open source
> - commercial (?)
> - papers
> - ??
> On 4/4/07, Bill Baxter <email@example.com> wrote:
> > On 4/4/07, Robert Kern <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > > Bill Baxter wrote:
> > > > Is there any place on the Wiki that lists all the known software that
> > > > uses Numpy in some way?
> > > >
> > >> > It would be nice to start collecting such a list if there isn't one
> > > > already. Screenshots would be nice too.
> > >
> > > There is no such list that I know of, but you may start one on the wiki if you like.
> > Ok, I made a start: http://www.scipy.org/Scipy_Projects
> > Anyone who has a project that depends on Numpy or Scipy, please go add
> > your info there!
> > I haven't linked it from anywhere, because it looks pretty pathetic
> > right now with only three or four entries. But hopefully everyone
> > will jumps in and add their project to the list.
> > Part of the idea is that this should be a good place to point
> > nay-sayers to when they say "meh - numpy... that's a niche project for
> > a handful of scientists."
> > So ... hopefully a good portion of the links will be things other than
> > science projects. There will hopefully be a lot of things that
> > "ordinary users" would care about. :-)
> > I couldn't figure out how to add an image, but if someone knows how to
> > do that, please do.
> > --bb
Good points. I don't really have answers. So just go to town
reorganizing as you feel fit.
But open source / commercial is not a real dichotomy. And a paper may
be written about a system that is available as open source. I tried
to think of some such categories, but applications vs libs was about
the best I could come up with. Probably a tagging system would be the
most appropriate, but that's not so easy to make work on a Wiki.
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