Wednesday, May 26, 2010

GvR on "Python in the Scientific World"

"Yesterday I attended a biweekly meeting of an informal a UC Berkeley group devoted to Python in science (Py4Science), organized by Fernando Perez. The format (in honor of my visit) was a series of 4-minute lightning talks about various projects using Python in the scientific world (at Berkeley and elsewhere) followed by an hourlong Q&A session. This meant I didn't have to do a presentation and still got to interact with the audience for an hour -- my ideal format.

I was blown away by the wide variety of Python use for scientific work. It looks like Python (with extensions like numpy) is becoming a standard tool for many sciences that need to process large amounts of data, from neuroimaging to astronomy. ..."

http://neopythonic.blogspot.com/2009/11/python-in-scientific-world.html

1 comment:

schmuki said...

Thanks for the link! Lots of pointers to very interesting software inside.