Python (x,y) Software
Python (x,y) is an engineering and scientific development software that is absolutely free to use. Python (x,y) software is used for data analysis, data visualization, and numerical computations. Python (x,y) is based on Spyder interactive scientific development environment, Python programming language, and GUI (Graphical User Interface) based on Qt.
What One can do with Python (x,y)?
With the help of Python (x,y) software, we can do the following tasks and analyses:
History of Python (x,y)
Pierre Raybaut was maintaining, conceiving, and developing Python (x,y) software since 2008 with all the future performance-related goals (We will discuss later in this article). In 2011, Gabi Davar joined the Python (x,y) project with Pierre Raybaut and is working on the project as a maintainer since then. Later in the year 2013, Pierre Raybaut moved out of this project to work on various other projects. Since 2013, Gabi Davar is working as the primary maintainer of the Python (x,y) project till now.
What Python (x,y) exactly is
The original and main purpose of Python (x,y) software is to help all the scientific programmers and project developers who were using compiled languages or interpreted languages to make them switch to Python. Python (x,y) is scientific developments oriented Python distribution software is based on the Spyder and Qt interfaces. In Python (x,y) all the programmers using complied programming language also appreciated reusing their code "as is" by wrapping it in the software so that we can directly call them in the Python scripts.
Below are the some important points that we should keep in mind.
Main features of Python (x,y)
Python (x,y) software have a lot of features but we will describe some important features.
Why was Python (x,y) created?
As we all must be aware of testing all libraries, grabbing all the free documentation present on the internet and choosing the right one (library as well as documentation) takes a lot of time. Moreover, we also need some deep perspective to elaborate the coherent development framework of its own i.e., Python development environment and its libraries. That's where the need for Python (x,y) emerged in scientific development.
Following was some of the reasons for which the need for Python (x,y) emerged:
Python is considered as the far more superior scientific language as compared to any other programming language because of the following reasons:
But the only thing generally Python suffers or lacks is the absence of much documentation, even though the growing community of Python contributes to it every day with many great and explanatory tutorials on every topic.
PyQt is a very easy-to-use library and very powerful and therefore we strongly recommend the use of it for GUI (Graphical User Interface) Development. Many scientific programs and developments such as 2D matplotlib graphic figures etc., can easily be embedded in PyQt application windows and it is very easy as MATLAB.