boncelet at ee.adfa.edu.au
Mon Feb 21 01:29:44 CET 2000
Nick Henderson wrote:
> I am new to the world of programming and python. I know Zope is super cool
> and is python's "killer app."
> I was wondering if there were any other such killer apps?
> Thanks, Nick Henderson
Besides Zope and other web based stuff, I like:
alice (www.alice.org) -- fun intro to programming site
sketch (sketch.sourceforge.net) -- drawing program (getting better all
pybliographer (http://www.gnome.org/pybliographer/) -- Great utility for
managing bibtex databases.
Numeric (numpy.sourceforge.net) -- numerical package for python. Not as
convenient as Matlab yet, but will be close in a year or so. (I love
being able to do numerical processing and various things that Matlab
can't do in the same python program.)
Of course, there are numerous libraries and add-ons to python that make
Charles Boncelet, University of Delaware, <boncelet at udel.edu>
On sabbatical at ADFA, Canberra Australia, <boncelet at ee.adfa.edu.au>
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