Maybe I can help..
scarblac at pino.selwerd.nl
Thu Jul 5 01:04:09 CEST 2001
Lindstrom Greg - glinds <Greg.Lindstrom at acxiom.com> wrote in comp.lang.python:
> however I did not notice SIGs for
> either numerical python or scientific python. If any of you are into this
> type of thing, or if any of you would be willing to give me some pointers on
> numerical research, particularly concerning the above topics (I received a
> MS in numerical methods, but that was in 1990 and I have since "officially"
> left the field) please feel free to contact me at yuba at cyberback.com. I
> plan to create python modules to help with various mathematical tasks (I
> might start with Simpson's rule :-)
Uhm, http://www.numpy.org (and the links from there, like to Scientific
Python). There's a wealth that's already there, but I think any extra
experts are always welcome :-)
Maybe I missed the point of your post (they are indeed not official SIGs).
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