[Chicago] PyPI Server Implementation

Oren Livne livne at uchicago.edu
Wed May 30 19:39:25 CEST 2012

Dear William,

Thank you for the book reference! It is likely exactly what I needed!

Believe it or not, I chose python for my application last week inspired 
by your talk about ANL's priorities for scientific computing languages 
(found online recording). So far I've programmed all my HPC projects in 
C, C++, and Java.

The application area is graph theory in human genetics.


On 05/30/2012 10:52 AM, William Scullin wrote:
> Hi Oren,
> What area of science? I may be able to give you some domain-specific
> pointers off-list. For general knowledge, past SC and SciPy tutorial
> videos are online and Hans Petter Langtangen has a couple of decent
> books out with my preference to "Python Scripting for Computational
> Science" for folks coming from Matlab.
> - William

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