Monthly Archives: November 2015

Evaluating IDEs for scientific Python

Originally posted on xcorr: comp neuro:
* Last updated May 27th, 2013 * Python is a general purpose scripting language that can be used for statistical analysis, numeric work, machine learning, etc. With packages like SciPy, matplotlib, CUDAmat/gnumpy, Theano, and…

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Free Offline Navigation Apps for Android based on OpenStreetMap – An Overview

The last couple of weeks I investigated thoroughly on Android navigation apps that work offline. There are two reasons therefore: Firstly I have friends and relatives in several countries of Europe. This means expensive roaming costs for mobile data, i.e. … Continue reading

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Python: Execute shell command and get command line output as string

Sometimes you may want to execute a shell command via Python. Then, the shell prints out several data that you may want to process further within your Python script. I rarely found reasonable solutions, so I want to post mine … Continue reading

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Debugging in Python

Originally posted on Python Conquers The Universe:
As a programmer, one of the first things that you need for serious program development is a debugger. Python has a debugger, which is available as a module called pdb (for “Python DeBugger”,…

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