where's superpack?

Hello,

I am using macosx 10.6 aka snow leopard (not willingly btw) and I need
to install matplotlib. I know of superpack but the site seems to have
been "dead" for some weeks now. Does anybody know where I could get a
copy of superpack?

thanks,

Pau

You could find interesting the sage package, which is embedding matplotlib and
other mathematical stuff.

take a look : http://www.sagemath.org/

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Le Wednesday 24 March 2010 22:02:15, Pau a écrit :

Hello,

I am using macosx 10.6 aka snow leopard (not willingly btw) and I need
to install matplotlib. I know of superpack but the site seems to have
been "dead" for some weeks now. Does anybody know where I could get a
copy of superpack?

thanks,

Pau

David Kremer wrote:

Does anybody know where I could get a
copy of superpack?

I don't know of the status of that, but this is what I recommend:

install the python2.6 from python.org
install the numpy1.3 binary from scipy.org
install the matplotlib binary (*.dmg) from matplotlib.org

(optional)
install the scipy binary from scipy.org

and there you go -- I suppose it would be nice to have it all in one install, but that's not too hard.

(if you really want all in one -- check out Python(x,y) or EPD)

-Chris

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How up-to-date is Macports?

This is a reasonable approximation of how I got my OX 10.6 machine set up:
http://newmediaandcapitalmarkets.org/component/content/article/68-how-i-got-matplotlib-working-on-my-macbook.html

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David Kremer wrote:
>> Does anybody know where I could get a
>> copy of superpack?

I don't know of the status of that, but this is what I recommend:

install the python2.6 from python.org
install the numpy1.3 binary from scipy.org
install the matplotlib binary (*.dmg) from matplotlib.org

(optional)
install the scipy binary from scipy.org

and there you go -- I suppose it would be nice to have it all in one
install, but that's not too hard.

(if you really want all in one -- check out Python(x,y) or EPD)

-Chris

--
Christopher Barker, Ph.D.
Oceanographer

Emergency Response Division
NOAA/NOS/OR&R (206) 526-6959 voice
7600 Sand Point Way NE (206) 526-6329 fax
Seattle, WA 98115 (206) 526-6317 main reception

Chris.Barker@...259...

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