Batteries included: Python modules you can use
Dirigible formulae and usercode are written using Python, version 2.5.
The following Python libraries are supported:
- All of the built-in modules supplied with Python 2.5
- NumPy, the fundamental package needed for scientific computing with Python.
- GmPy, provides multiprecision arithmetic
- MpMath, another library for multiprecision floating-point arithmetic.
- The SciPy library, providing scientific tools for mathematics, science, and engineering.
- PyCrypto, the Python cryptography toolkit.
- SqlAlchemy, a Python SQL toolkit and object
- LXML, for working with XML and HTML.
- xlrd, for reading Excel files.
- RDFLib, for working with RDF.
- GeoPy, a geocoding toolbox.
- Beautiful Soup, a forgiving
HTML parser for real-world web pages.
- Mechanize, stateful
programmatic web browsing.
If you have a favourite Python module that you’d like us to support, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We can normally add new open source libraries within one working day.