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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 114747 packages here.
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2017-08-16 pines 2.40 A toolkit for various purposes
2017-08-16 nider 0.3.0 Python package to add text to images, textures and different backgrounds
2017-08-16 versionalchemy 0.1.2 Versioning library for relational data
2017-08-16 tcpping 0.2 Simple TCP Ping to a device
2017-08-16 bl 1.8.0 Black Earth core library
2017-08-16 xxkcd 1.0.2 An (unofficial) Python wrapper around xkcd APIs
2017-08-16 tfspark 1.0.2 Deep learning with TensorFlow on Apache Spark clusters
2017-08-16 ccxt 1.3.116 A library for cryptocurrency trading and e-commerce with support for many bitcoin/ether/altcoin exchange markets and merchant APIs
2017-08-16 battle_tested 2017.8.16 automated function fuzzer based on hypothesis to easily test production code
2017-08-16 metapy 0.2.6 Python bindings for MeTA
2017-08-16 pcreode 0.23 p-Creode algorithm for mapping state transitions
2017-08-16 tendenci 7.3.8 Tendenci - The Open Source Membership Management Software
2017-08-16 dftfit 0.0.2 Ab-Initio Molecular Dynamics Potential Development
2017-08-16 fio_gift_card Gift card/certificate module for Tryton
2017-08-16 pygccxml 1.9.1 Python package for easy C++ declarations navigation.
2017-08-16 fio_shipping Base shipping moduel
2017-08-16 panphon 0.13 Tools for using the International Phonetic Alphabet with phonological features
2017-08-16 python-zeppelin 1.4.1 Converts Zeppelin JSON files to Markdown. Executes Zeppelin notebooks in command line.
2017-08-16 pyote 1.25 pyote is a simplified subset of R-OTE
2017-08-16 azure-cli-ml 0.1.0a20.post1 Microsoft Azure Command-Line Tools AzureML Command Module
2017-08-16 ml-tools 0.0.7 Tools for common machine learning tasks using Tensorflow and Keras.
2017-08-16 model-converters 0.0.1 Tools for converting Keras models for use with other ML frameworks.
2017-08-16 aegea 1.9.18 Amazon Web Services Operator Interface
2017-08-16 ACedIt 1.0.4 Download and test against sample test cases from any competitive programming website
2017-08-16 django-oscar-webpay 0.3.6 An application for intagrating WebPay with oscar based e-commerce sites
2017-08-16 pwclip 0.4.23 gui to temporarily save passwords to system-clipboard
2017-08-16 slothauth 0.7.3 A Python Django package for user accounts and authentication.
2017-08-16 pybullet 1.2.3 Official Python Interface for the Bullet Physics SDK Robotics Simulator
2017-08-16 matrix-architect 0.2.1 Plan, design, and build train and test matrices
2017-08-16 tensorflow-gpu 1.3.0 TensorFlow helps the tensors flow
2017-08-16 flask-blocks 1.0.9 The common blocks which solve common problems encountered when creating Flask applications.
2017-08-16 sc2 0.1.0a1 A StarCraft II bot api library
2017-08-16 epitran 0.27 Tools for transcribing languages into IPA.
2017-08-16 tensorflow 1.3.0 TensorFlow helps the tensors flow
2017-08-16 google-endpoints 2.2.0 Google Cloud Endpoints
2017-08-16 axe-selenium-python 0.0.35 Python library to integrate axe and selenium for web accessibility testing.
2017-08-16 pwclip 0.4.22 gui to temporarily save passwords to system-clipboard
2017-08-16 appier_extras 0.12.10 Appier Framework Extra Elements
2017-08-16 azure-keyvault 0.3.6 Microsoft Azure Key Vault Client Library for Python
2017-08-16 django-autometrics-nonrel 0.9.3 A Django+Djangae app to collect session and access metrics.

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