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Matt Sundquist

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How you can make and embed interactive 3D graphs and maps with R, Python, and MATLAB. IPython Notebook examples are linked in the post. 
Showing a third dimension on a flat computer screen is usually hard. Plotly’s interactive 3D graphing changes that. You can zoom, toggle, pan, rotate, spin, see data on the hover, and more. In this post we’ll make 3D graphs with our APIs for Python, R, MATLAB, and Excel. Check out the links, our documentation or our tutorials to learn more and start embedding your plots. If you want to use Plotly on-premise with your team, contact us to start a ...
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I love ggplot semmantics, and I was missing that for Python

http://blog.yhathq.com/posts/ggplot-for-python.html
Analytical projects often begin w/ exploration--namely, plotting distributions to find patterns of interest and importance. And while there are dozens of reasons to add R and Python to your toolbox, it was the superior visualization faculties that spurred my own investment in these tools. Excel makes some great looking plots, but I wouldn't be the first to say that creating charts in Excel involves a lot of manual work. Data is messy, and explor...
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New lecture note on numpy / scipy for data science. This one addresses a topic in statistics ...
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Nelson Brown

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My first time hearing of MicroPython. Anyone here using embedded systems?
 
ESU funding research into the suitability of using the MicroPython computer language for space payloads
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Free Book: Functional Programming in Python

More free reading material for Pythonistas, this time from the fine people at O'Reilly Press.
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That's a nice, introductory book on functional programming. Very easy to read -- except the formatting of code is quite bad, at least in the epub version.
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Might be relevant to people doing research in HEP with Python http://www.hse.ru/mlhep2015/ to enrich toolkits with machine learning techniques.
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Elías Andrawos

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By Bhavya Geethika Peddibhotla. We analyze Top 20 Python Machine learning projects on GitHub and find that scikit-Learn, PyLearn2 and NuPic are the most actively contributed projects. Explore these popular projects on Github! top-python-machine-learning-projects. Fig. 1: Python Machine learning ...
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Anthony Scopatz
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OpenCV Computer Vision with Python

This is today's free book on Packt Pub's Free Learning Forever promotion. This is a great introduction to OpenCV with Python (although you'll have to make a few adjustments the books code examples to get it working for the latest version of OCV) I bought it a year or two back when Joseph Howse gave a talk on the O'Reilly webcasts where he demonstrated his code for feline facial recognition!! 

Another great resource for OCV in Python can be found here:

http://opencv-python-tutroals.readthedocs.org/en/latest/py_tutorials/py_setup/py_table_of_contents_setup/py_table_of_contents_setup.html

Here is the blurb from the website:

If you're a Python developer seeking a practical guide to turning your Py-skills towards programming for computer vision, look no further than today's free learning ebook. By following clear and concise examples, you will develop a complete computer vision application that tracks faces in live video and applies special effects to them. Discover the full potential of the OpenCV library today! 
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Anthony Scopatz
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This seems like it could be a lot of fun...
foundations. Antimony is built on three mostly-orthogonal axes: A framework for tracking information flow through directed acyclic graphs; A geometry engine for doing CSG; A standard library of shapes and transforms. Graph engine. Solid modeling in Antimony is done by connecting nodes in a graph ...
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+Andreas Berckner No it's an application called Antimony
https://github.com/mkeeter/antimony
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kumar shubham

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Python Programming . I have show about pattern Printing using python. It will help you to learn python. python programs for pattern printing. By Hackaholic
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He-chien Tsai

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Chapel is a PGAS (partitioned global address space) programming language for distributed computing by CRAY. It can integrate with Python now.
pych - The Python/Chapel integration module¶. pyChapel provides interoperability with Chapel in three forms: Chapel code inlined in Python; Chapel code from source-files; Compile Chapel modules into Python modules. The docs can be read from beginning to end or ff you want a bit of motivation and ...
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Matt Sundquist

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An IPython Notebook on computational methods in Bayesian analysis:

https://plot.ly/ipython-notebooks/computational-bayesian-analysis/
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Anthony Scopatz
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We just released PyDy 0.3.0! See the linked release announcement for more info.
PyDy 0.3.0 Has Been Released¶. Today marks the release of PyDy 0.3.0. The release includes 500 commits since 0.2.1 with several major new features, including an overhauled visualizer with IPython notebook integration, overhauled code generation, Python 3 support, and a new System class.
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Pawel Lachowicz

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Simple statistics, applied, in Python... Enjoy! ; )
The probability of improbable events. The simplicity amongst complexity. The purity in its best form. The ultimate cure for whose who trade, for those who invest. Does it exist? Can we compute it? Is it really something impossible? In this post we challenge ourselves to the frontiers of accessible
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Brian McFee

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I'm happy to announce version 0.4.0 of librosa: a library for audio and music signal processing.

In addition to oodles of new features and bugfixes, it's also (finally) python3 compatible.  A full list of changes is available at http://bmcfee.github.io/librosa/changelog.html#v0-4-0
Python module for audio and music processing
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Hey guys, pyfs v0.0.6 - the pythonic file system wrapper - has a some more cool and useful functions that can save you time in daily work.
* fs.put() to store python objects to the disk
* fs.get() to load python objects from the disk
* fs.home() to get the current home directory
Check out the new release on github https://github.com/chaosmail/python-fs
python-fs - Python FS - a pythonic file system wrapper for humans
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You said you store trained models. You should do this in a way you can access this models easily with other software. With an SQL DB you have all options available. You may use an ORM like SQLAlchemy if you don't want to dig too deep into SQL.
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Paddy McCarthy

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Finally! A computer scientist willing to acknowledge that static typing "a'nt all that".
He doesn't look at dynamic languages and automatically think that the way to make it better is to add a static type system
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Nice talk.
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kumar shubham

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Python Programming 3 Pattern Printing . This video demonstrate about pattern Printing using python. This video will help you to learn python. By Hackaholic
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+kumar shubham it's actually "scientific python", not "kindergarten python" ...
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kumar shubham

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Python Programming . I have show about pattern Printing using python. It will help you to learn python. python programs for pattern printing. By Hackaholic
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John Philip

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Here is the concept of k-fold cross validation using Python to help you know if a solution is an over-fit or not before you actually know the test results.
This technique will also help you to score better in Kaggle Competitions. ‪ #python   #datascience   #datamining   #analytics 
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Nice
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