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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 89815 packages here.
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UpdatedPackageDescription
2016-10-01 neuralist 0.5 A Python interface to access neural-redis.
2016-10-01 vxTrader 0.1.0 vxTrader: A Chinese WebAPI wrapper
2016-10-01 SeasObjects_for_Python 1.0.1 SEAS RDF model manipulation in Python
2016-10-01 proteusAI 0.2.2.1 Modeler for AI environments and agents
2016-10-01 zhihu_oauth 0.0.21 尝试解析出知乎官方未开放的 OAuth2 接口,并提供优雅的使用方式,作为 zhihu-py3 项目的替代者
2016-10-01 growler-sass 0.0.1 An extension providing a SASS CSS renderer for Growler web applications
2016-10-01 elasticsearch-loader 0.0.3 A pythonic tool for batch loading data files (json, parquet, csv, tsv) into ElasticSearch
2016-10-01 mot 0.2 Parallel parameter estimation in python and opencl.
2016-10-01 localcider 0.1.9.post1 Tools for calculating sequence properties of disordered proteins [from the Pappu Lab in at Washington University in St. Louis]
2016-10-01 grove 0.0.4 Genetic algorithm and grammatical evolution library.
2016-10-01 python-slackapi 0.1.1 Python Simple Slack Event Api
2016-10-01 magicalimport 0.1 importing a module by physical file path
2016-10-01 rfm69 0.3 Library for accessing the HopeRF RFM69-series radio modules via GPIO/SPI.
2016-10-01 plancton 0.5.0 An opportunistic distributed computing project based on Docker
2016-10-01 Sphinx 1.4.8 Python documentation generator
2016-10-01 humilis 0.7.3 AWS cloudformation-based deployment framework
2016-10-01 pymasker 0.3.2 python package for mask generation from landsat 8 Quality Assessment band and MODIS land products.
2016-10-01 colorizedlog 0.1.0 Replacement for logging.StreamHandler with colors.
2016-10-01 bargate 1.5.5 Open source modern web interface for SMB file servers
2016-10-01 trimesh 2.2.4 Import, export, process, analyze and view triangular meshes.
2016-10-01 qpack 0.0.1 QPack (de)serializer
2016-10-01 apize 0.0.8 Write quickly and easily to API clients
2016-10-01 mzml2isa 0.4.28 mzml2isa - mzML to ISA-tab parsing tool
2016-10-01 plib.stdlib 0.9.27 Useful packages and modules to extend the Python standard library.
2016-10-01 plib3.stdlib 0.9.27 Useful packages and modules to extend the Python 3 standard library.
2016-10-01 ptee 0.3.2 "Progress tee", an enhanced "tee" program with in-place overwriting of "status".
2016-10-01 django-silk 0.7.1 Silky smooth profiling for the Django Framework
2016-10-01 click-man 0.2.0 Generate man pages for click based CLI applications
2016-10-01 btspusher 0.0.9 push service for Bitshares
2016-10-01 colout2 1.0.3 Color Up Arbitrary Command Output.
2016-10-01 mads 6 Framework to program bots. JSON file backend, MIT license.
2016-10-01 yr 0.5 Wrapper for the YR.no API, for near time weather prediction.
2016-10-01 korpokkur 0.1 scaffolding
2016-10-01 muffin-peewee 1.0.16 Peewee integration to Muffin framework
2016-10-01 hansel 0.9.5 from hansel import Crumb to find your file path.
2016-10-01 whereami 0.3.37 Uses WiFi to tell you where you are
2016-10-01 vaspy 0.7.9 A pure Python library designed to make it easy and quick to manipulate VASP files
2016-10-01 coala 0.9.0.dev20161001133150 Code Analysis Application (coala)
2016-10-01 hoste 1.0.8 A tool to manage hosts file
2016-10-01 s3keyring 0.2.2 S3 backend for Python's keyring module

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