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VTK - The Visualization Toolkit

VTK - The Visualization Toolkit

http://www.vtk.org/

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www.win.tue.nl/~wstahw/2Z860/college1/vtk.html Overview example Datasets polygonal dataset structured dataset unstructured dataset vtk.Field Python Library From OSGeo Wiki Motivation Several OSGeo software projects support Python. However, a global abstraction layer is lacking which would help to do "OSGeo Python programming". CORE SECURITY TECHNOLOGIES Pcapy is a Python extension module that interfaces with the libpcap packet capture library. Pcapy enables python scripts to capture packets on the network. Pcapy is highly effective when used in conjunction with a packet-handling package such as Impacket, which is a collection of Python classes for constructing and dissecting network packets. Source code

Visvis_basics - visvis - A short introduction to visvis - The object oriented approach to visualization. Introduction Visvis is a pure Python library for visualization of 1D to 4D data in an object oriented way. Essentially, visvis is an object oriented layer of Python on top of OpenGl, thereby combining the power of OpenGl with the usability of Python. A Matlab-like interface in the form of a set of functions allows easy creation of objects (e.g. plot(), imshow(), volshow(), surf()).

PyQL : a new set of Python wrappers for QuantLib | Things and thoughts Hi folks, We are happy to announce the release of PyQL [1], a new set of Python wrappers for QuantLib. The project is available here : * URL: * License: BSD license. * Authors: Didrik Pinte, Enthought and Patrick Henaff, IAE Paris. Why another set of Python wrappers for QuantLib? The SWIG wrappers provide a very good coverage of the library but have a number of pain points:

Cook Computing - Linq and Functional Programming Linq and Functional Programming June 27, 2009Written by Charles Cook I'm writing some code to display some old blog posts and after retrieving each post as a single string containing CR-LF separated lines I needed to split the string into individual lines and wrap each line with a <p> tag. I could split the string using String.Split but I wondered if it was possible to use a StringReader to generate an enumeration of the lines in the string. It turns out that StringReader doesn't support this but I wrote an extension method to supply the required functionality:

glumpy - Fast OpenGL numpy visualization glumpy is a small python library for the rapid vizualization of numpy arrays, (mainly two dimensional) that has been designed with efficiency in mind. If you want to draw nice figures for inclusion in a scientific article, you’d better use matplotlib. If you want to have a sense of what’s going on in your simulation while it is running, then maybe glumpy can help you. Dependencies

Documentation QuantLib reference manual [HTML] The reference manual is also available for offline reading from the SourceForge download page Books Implementing QuantLib (in progress) Ballabio, L. Design Guidelines for Class Library Developers The .NET Framework's managed environment allows developers to improve their programming model to support a wide range of functionality. The goal of the .NET Framework design guidelines is to encourage consistency and predictability in public APIs while enabling Web and cross-language integration. It is strongly recommended that you follow these design guidelines when developing classes and components that extend the .NET Framework. Inconsistent design adversely affects developer productivity. Development tools and add-ins can turn some of these guidelines into de facto prescriptive rules, and reduce the value of nonconforming components.

Python 3D Software A small collection (94 packages) of pointers to Python software for working in three dimensions "Open Source" of some type Batch converter from CAD files to Acrobat 3D-PDF Site is in German. Don't know what type of CAD documents are being converted. Machine Learning Cheat Sheet (for scikit-learn) As you hopefully have heard, we at scikit-learn are doing a user survey (which is still open by the way). One of the requests there was to provide some sort of flow chart on how to do machine learning. As this is clearly impossible, I went to work straight away.

Design Guidelines for Developing Class Libraries This section provides guidelines for designing libraries that extend and interact with the .NET Framework. The goal is to help library designers ensure API consistency and ease of use by providing a unified programming model that is independent of the programming language used for development. We recommend that you follow these design guidelines when developing classes and components that extend the .NET Framework. Inconsistent library design adversely affects developer productivity and discourages adoption. The guidelines are organized as simple recommendations prefixed with the terms Do, Consider, Avoid, and Do not. These guidelines are intended to help class library designers understand the trade-offs between different solutions.

axes X : array_like, shape (n, m) or (n, m, 3) or (n, m, 4) Display the image in X to current axes. X may be a float array, a uint8 array or a PIL image.

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