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PyPI - the Python Package Index

The Python Package Index is a repository of software for the Python programming language. There are currently 7811 packages here.
To contact the PyPI admins, please use the Support or Bug reports links.


Get Packages

To use a package from this index either "pip install package" (get pip) or download, unpack and "python setup.py install" it.

Package Authors

Submit packages with "python setup.py upload". The index hosts package docs. You may also use the web form. You must register. Testing? Use testpypi.

Infrastructure

To interoperate with the index use the JSON, OAuth, XML-RPC or HTTP interfaces. Use local mirroring or caching to make installation more robust.


UpdatedPackageDescription
2016-04-28 pyfem1d 0.0.2 1d finite elements for testing material formulations
2016-04-28 liota 1.1 IoT Agent
2016-04-28 django_contactform_bootstrap 0.6.1 A Django Base contact form with bootstrap 3 and map.
2016-04-28 Flask-ActiveRecord 0.2.3 ActiveRecord support for Flask-SQLAlchemy models
2016-04-28 dfvfs 20160428 Digital Forensics Virtual File System (dfVFS).
2016-04-28 pydbal 0.8 Database Abstraction Layer (DBAL) for Python 2.6+
2016-04-28 namara 0.1.0 The official Python client for the Namara open data service
2016-04-28 nod2svg 0.1.0 Convert Nodal matrix to SVG
2016-04-28 cum 0.5 comic updater, mangafied
2016-04-28 p4python 2016.1.1382301 P4Python - Python interface to Perforce API
2016-04-28 pyltp 0.1.9 pyltp: the python extension for LTP
2016-04-28 securetrading 1.0 Python API to connect to Secure Trading
2016-04-28 django-remdow 0.0.2 Simple Django app for manipulating static files (img files)
2016-04-28 v8eval 0.2.4 Run JavaScript engine V8 in Python
2016-04-28 pgobserver_gatherer 0.1.1 PostgreSQL metrics gathering daemon
2016-04-28 chellow 1461855225 Web Application for checking UK utility bills.
2016-04-28 g2p_seq2seq 1.0.7 G2P realization on Seq2Seq based model
2016-04-28 crosspm 0.3.1.dev34 Cross Package Manager
2016-04-28 rblwatch 0.2.4 RBL lookups with Python
2016-04-28 panddas 1.0.2 Multi-dataset crystallographic analyses
2016-04-28 django-supermigrate 0.4 package to manage migrations on production and development environment simultaneously
2016-04-28 cvss 1.2 CVSS2/3 library with interactive calculator for Python 2 and Python 3
2016-04-28 textX 1.2 Meta-language for DSL implementation inspired by Xtext
2016-04-28 Arpeggio 1.3.1 Packrat parser interpreter
2016-04-28 h2o_pysparkling_1.6 1.6.99999 Sparkling Water integrates H2O's Fast Scalable Machine Learning with Spark
2016-04-28 pandoc-latex-tip 0.0.2 A pandoc filter for adding tip in LaTeX
2016-04-28 pyfda 0.1b6 pyFDA is a tool for designing and analysing discrete time filters written in python with a graphical user interface.
2016-04-28 cloudshell-shell-core 2.0.102 CloudShell Core Python package
2016-04-28 mosaik 2.3.0 Mosaik is a flexible Smart-Grid co-simulation framework.
2016-04-28 xd-docker 0.0.94 Python library for accessing Docker Remote API
2016-04-28 bbmd 0.0.4 Bayesian benchmark dose (BBMD) modeling using PyStan
2016-04-28 ledgrid 0.1 An 8x8 grid of virtual LEDs implemented in Pygame.
2016-04-28 abstar 0.1.4 VDJ assignment and antibody sequence annotation. Scalable from a single sequence to billions of sequences.
2016-04-28 abtools 0.1.3 Utilities for analysis of antibody NGS data
2016-04-27 catFactsTest 0.9 A silly reverse pseudo Turing Test for Python Bots
2016-04-27 configuration-registry 0.1.0 Python Resource Allocation API
2016-04-27 awslimitchecker 0.4.2 A script and python module to check your AWS service limits and usage, and warn when usage approaches limits.
2016-04-27 SFrame 1.9 SFrame is an scalable, out-of-core dataframe, which allows you to work with datasets that are larger than the amount of RAM on your system.
2016-04-27 GraphLab-Create 1.9 GraphLab Create enables developers and data scientists to apply machine learning to build state of the art data products.
2016-04-27 pykitti 0.1.1 A minimal set of tools for working with the KITTI dataset in Python

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