How to use matplotlib for scientific plotting on Linux

If you want an efficient, automatable solution for producing high-quality scientific plots in Linux, then consider using matplotlib. Matplotlib is a Python-based open-source scientific plotting package with a license based on the Python Software Foundation license. The extensive documentation and examples, integration with Python and the NumPy scientific computing package, and automation capability are just […]
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How to use NumPy for scientific computing in Linux

Get serious with scientific computing in Linux by learning to use NumPy. NumPy is a Python-based open-source scientific computing package released under the BSD license that serves as a free yet powerful alternative to proprietary packages (such as MATLAB) that come with licensing fees. The numerous built-in data analysis tools, extensive documentation, and detailed examples […]
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How to create and use Python CGI scripts

Have you ever wanted to create a webpage or process user input from a web-based form using Python? These tasks can be accomplished through the use of Python CGI (Common Gateway Interface) scripts with an Apache web server. CGI scripts are called by a web server when a user requests a particular URL or interacts […]
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How to create a document in LaTeX using the LyX document processor

Do you regularly write technical reports or publications? If so, you should consider using the LaTeX typesetting system. This system allows you to create professional-quality documents, especially those with scientific and mathematical content. Perhaps you have heard of (or currently use) LaTeX, but are not fond of the detailed input syntax required to create documents. […]
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