snimpy interactive SNMP tool with Python LoginPreferencesHelp/GuideRegisterAbout Trac WikiTimelineBrowse SourceView TicketsNew TicketSearch Start PageIndexHistoryLast Change Introduction Snimpy is a Python-based tool providing a simple interface to build SNMP queries. This interface aims at being the most Pythonic possible: you grab scalars using attributes and columns are like dictionaries. Here is a very simplistic example that allows to display the routing table of a given host:
"Pydusa is a package for parallel programming using Python. It contains a module for doing MPI programming in Python. We have added parallel solver packages such as Parallel SuperLU for solving sparse linear systems. "
matplotlib is a python 2D plotting library which produces publication quality figures in a variety of hardcopy formats and interactive environments across platforms. matplotlib can be used in python scripts, the python and ipython shell (ala matlab or mathematica), web application servers, and six graphical user interface toolkits. matplotlib tries to make easy things easy and hard things possible. You can generate plots, histograms, power spectra, bar charts, errorcharts, scatterplots, etc, with just a few lines of code.
"Sometimes a picture is worth a thousand words. Beginning Python Visualization: Creating Visual Transformation Scripts, published in February 2009 by Apress, shows how Python and its related tools can be used to easily and effectively turn raw data into visual representations that communicate effectively. The author is Shai Vaingast, a professional engineer and engineering manager who needed to train scientists and engineers to do this kind of programming work. He was looking for a tutorial and reference work, and unable to find a suitable text, wound up writing his first book. He writes in the easy and clear style of someone comfortable and engaged with the subject matter."
You Want The Func ¶ * Have you ever tried to command or query a large number of systems with SSH? Have you wanted a better way? * Have you wanted a way to audit all of your remote commands on all of your systems? * Tired of writing shell scripts and parsing command output? * Are you fed up with CIM, WBEM, and complicated communication systems that prevent you from doing /real/ work? * Well have we got a solution for you. It's Func.
RadialNet is a network visualization tool developed for Umit during the Google Summer of Code 2007. In Umit it's called UmitMapper. It consists in a graphical tool to illustrate the Nmap network mapping. You can see a video demonstration based on version 0.3 here.
Mail Trends lets you analyze and visualize your email (as extracted from an IMAP server). You can see: * Distribution of messages by year, month, day, day of week and time of day * Distribution of messages by size and your top 40 largest messages * The top senders, recipients and mailing lists you're on. * Distributions of senders, recipients and mailing lists over time * The distribution of thread lengths and the lists and people that result in the longest threads
Back in February, I introduced Ian Bicking's virtualenv script for creating isolated Python environments, complete with their own interpreter and site-packages directory. I've been using virtualenv for all of my projects since then, but keeping up with al
Installing numpy and scipy is easy; unfortunately, both packages depend on other softwares which themselves can be tricky to install, or are often distributed with bugs by major distributions. Hopefully, you can install numpy and scipy without any softwar
ScientificPython is a collection of Python modules that are useful for scientific computing. In this collection you will find modules that cover basic geometry (vectors, tensors, transformations, vector and tensor fields), quaternions, automatic derivativ
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Hotwire is an object-oriented hypershell. It is a shell designed for systems programming (files, processes), and thus it is in the same conceptual category of software as the Unix shell+terminal and Windows PowerShell.
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