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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 119580 packages here.
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UpdatedPackageDescription
2017-10-18 ccxt 1.9.178 A JavaScript / Python / PHP cryptocurrency trading library with support for 85+ exchanges
2017-10-18 tunepy 1.0.dev5 Interactive function argument tuning
2017-10-18 falcon-lambda 0.1.0 Falcon web framework extensions for building AWS Lambda Apps
2017-10-18 chempy 0.5.5 ChemPy is a Python package useful for solving problems in chemistry.
2017-10-18 vagranttoansible 0.1.0 Simple script to transform 'vagrant ssh-config' output to an inventory hosts for Ansible
2017-10-18 kopy 1.4 A Pure Python Korean Analyzer
2017-10-18 tensor-lib 1.5 Simplified tensorflow library
2017-10-18 satella 2.0.19 Utilities for writing servers in Python
2017-10-18 message-rules 1.0.1 Fast, simple message rules
2017-10-18 binance 0.2 Binance API wrapper
2017-10-18 zmq_legos 0.1.2 Building Blocks (Legos) using ZeroMQ for applications
2017-10-18 parglare 0.4 A pure Python Scannerless LR/GLR parser
2017-10-18 netuitive 0.3.0 Python Client for Netuitive Cloud
2017-10-18 pag 0.7 Commandline interaction with pagure.io
2017-10-18 ddrage 1.4.0 Simulator for ddRADseq (double digest restriction site associdated DNA squencing) datasets. Generates reads (FASTQ format) that can be analyzed and validated using a ground truth file (YAML).
2017-10-18 message-transform 1.0.1 Fast, simple message transforms
2017-10-18 message-match 1.0.1 Fast, simple message matching
2017-10-18 aiohttp 2.3.1a1 Async http client/server framework (asyncio)
2017-10-18 itk-ultrasound 0.2.1 Filters for use with the Insight Toolkit (ITK) that may be particularly useful for the reconstruction and analysis of ultrasound images.
2017-10-18 pytest-async-mongodb 0.0.1.dev3 pytest plugin for async MongoDB
2017-10-18 django-access-logger 0.2.9 Access logging for Django, the right way
2017-10-18 jvirtualenv 0.0.3 micro virtualenv for Java
2017-10-18 sos-pbs 0.9.9.2 PBS task engine for Script of Scripts (SoS)
2017-10-18 egtaonlineapi 0.2.1 Various APIs for egtaonline
2017-10-18 lightgbm 2.0.10 LightGBM Python Package
2017-10-18 lion 0.1.0 Fast and flexible object mapping (serialization, marshalling)
2017-10-18 sos-notebook 0.9.9.7 Script of Scripts (SoS): an interactive, cross-platform, and cross-language workflow system for reproducible data analysis
2017-10-18 fortnum 0.0.4 Singletons using class syntax
2017-10-18 sos 0.9.9.8 Script of Scripts (SoS): an interactive, cross-platform, and cross-language workflow system for reproducible data analysis
2017-10-18 django-auto-one-to-one 2.2.0 Automatically create and destroy child model instances
2017-10-18 pandoc-numbering 2.1.3 A pandoc filter for automatic numbering
2017-10-18 cpuid 0.0.2 cpuid Pythonic API
2017-10-18 cpuid-native 0.0.2 x86 cpuid native API
2017-10-18 ha-ffmpeg 1.8 A library that handling with ffmpeg for home-assistant
2017-10-18 pum 0.5.3 Postgres upgrade manager
2017-10-18 sentry_tryton 0.1 Sentry Integration for the Tryton Framework
2017-10-18 pfmisc 1.0.0 Misc utilities for FNNDSC python repos
2017-10-18 logwrap 3.0.2 Decorator for logging function arguments and return value by human-readable way
2017-10-18 fut 0.3.1 fut is a simple library for managing Fifa Ultimate Team.
2017-10-18 athlib 0.2.3 Utilities for track and field athletics

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