Usage statistics?

Gabriel Zachmann zach at cs.uni-bonn.de
Fri Nov 5 17:40:01 CET 2004


For some reason, I would like to have some statistics about how often
Python is used in the *scientific* communities (such as astronomy,
genetics, electrical engineering, ...), as opposed to C++ or Java
or other "common" programming languages.

I know about TIOBE's Programming Community Index, and Francois Labelle's
statistics from sourceforge.

Any pointers or insights will be highly appreciated

Best regards,
Gabriel.

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