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What is Python scipy?
SciPy is a software ecosystem for users of the Python programming language. While there are many elements that compose SciPy, some of the essential features and tools for its users are NumPy, SymPy, the SciPy Library, Matplotlib, IPython and pandas. Many of these can be classed as computing libraries in their own right and most users of the software employ it for scientific or engineering purposes.
SciPy’s tools allow a great many operations for the user, especially as new tools are being added to the ecosystem regularly. Various plotting packages have been added to it, for instance, that allow for basic plotting to more complex 3-dimensional and interactive plotting operations. Tools are available that allow integration of Python into other programming language library like the C language and C++. 3D visualizers like Mayavi are available for those who want more advanced visualization tools. Numeric calculations, algebraic computation for computers, and symbolic math are all available through tools like the aforementioned NumPy and SymPy. Users also have tools like “nose” that let them take their code for a trial run to check if it works as they intended.
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Last updated: : June 9, 2014