matplotlib in the news

Hello,

An article written by me is in the June 2005 Linux Journal. It's about a
Python toolkit I developed for working with spiking neural networks and it
features a plug for matplotlib and some graphs drawn with matplotlib.
The article is available online now at www.linuxjournal.com (subscribers
only for now, I'll have the article up locally when I am permitted) and
should hit the newsstands in a day or two, if not already.

Thanks to John and everyone for developing great Python scientific tools
like matplotlib! Now, if we could only get this numarray/Numeric mess
sorted out, and put a standard array package, and matplotlib, and scipy,
and a truly portable native GUI into the base Python distribution . . . I
know, I'm dreaming. Keepup the good work at any rate.

Rich
http://www.interstice.com/drewes

Rich Drewes wrote:

Now, if we could only get this numarray/Numeric mess
sorted out,

Well, let's all support Travis' "Numeric3" or "SciPy base" or whatever it's being called now, project!

and put a standard array package, and matplotlib, and scipy,
and a truly portable native GUI into the base Python distribution . . . I
know, I'm dreaming.

Well, yes, but with the new array protocol, at least we can have all those things working well together, if not in the Standard lib.

-Chris

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