[Numpy-discussion] Sources more confusing in Python

Olivier Delalleau shish at keba.be
Sun Apr 7 10:41:00 EDT 2013

The Python Package Index (https://pypi.python.org/pypi) is to my knowledge
the largest centralized source of Python packages. That's where
easy_install and pip typically fetch them so that you can install from the
command line without manual download.

-=- Olivier

2013/4/7 Happyman <bahtiyor_zohidov at mail.ru>

> Hello,
> I started using python 4-5 months ago. At that time I didn't realize there
> are incredibly many resource like modules, additional programs (ready one)
> in python. The problem is to which one I can get all I want "properly". I
> mean where (exact place) I can download standard modules without going
> other links?? For example, Excel python module, Image processing module,
> something module..Every time I get modules from different links..
> Is there exact place (stable) to get simply rather than picking/jumping
> from one to another site??
> Any answer is appreciated
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