[Numpy-discussion] Big list of Numpy & Scipy users

Matt Knox mattknox_ca@hotmail....
Mon Apr 9 08:33:27 CDT 2007

Andrew Straw <strawman <at> astraw.com> writes:

> Bill Baxter wrote:
> > On 4/4/07, Robert Kern <robert.kern <at> gmail.com> 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
> >   
> Great idea. I renamed the page to http://www.scipy.org/Projects so
> Numpy-only users wouldn't feel excluded.

Looking at the page, I think it might be nice if the table of contents included
links to the individual projects as well so you can get a sense of the variety
of applications using numpy/scipy at a quick glance without scrolling through
the whole page of dense text.

ie something like this:

   1. Middleware
         1. Python Imaging Library
         2. Matplotlib
         3. PyOpenGL
   2. Applications
         1. Inkscape
         2. PyPedal

This can be done automatically by making the headings level 2 headings instead
of the current level 4 (ie. == Heading ==  instead of ==== Heading ====). And
perhaps for applications where it isn't entirely obvious what it does based on
the name, a brief (less than one line) description in brackets beside the
heading? (eg. "Inkscape (vector graphics editor)")

I'm not a professional wiki designer by any means, so take this for what it's
worth. Feel free to use or ignore my suggestion as you see fit :)

- Matt

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