Books on scientific/numeric programming in Python?

Travis N. Vaught travis at enthought.com
Sat Oct 19 22:58:47 CEST 2002


Francis Burton <F.L.Burton at bio.gla.ac.uk> wrote in message news:<3DB16D77.38BC7C80 at bio.gla.ac.uk>...
<snip>
 However, I had in mind something
> much more like a cookbook - not so much a "Numerical Recipes in Python"
> (although that would be quite nice!) as a collection of more general
> purpose code snippets and modules that show how Python idioms could be
> applied in the scientific/numerical field. So it would include lots of
> database, graphical and GUI examples and maybe have rather less of a
> web slant. I like the "Python Cookbook" style of exposition.
> 
> Francis

There is a tutorial (pdf of powerpoint presentation) with some
coverage of this here:

http://www.scipy.org/site_content/tutorials/scipy_tutorial_overview

Travis



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