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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 97222 packages here.
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2017-01-23 ndex-dev NDEx Python includes a client and a data model.
2017-01-23 Stoner 0.7a2 Classes to represent simple scientific data sets and write analysis codes, developed for the University of Leeds Condensed Matter Physics Group
2017-01-23 eng_join 0.1.0 A simple english joiner.
2017-01-23 cisco-zeus Python client for It allows a user to post/query logs and metrics using Zeus.
2017-01-23 sqlchain 0.1.29 Compact SQL layer for Bitcoin blockchain.
2017-01-23 aurorawatchuk 0.0.4 Python interface to the AuroraWatch UK API.
2017-01-23 bibliothequetoulouse 0.1.1 Package pour interroger le catalogue des biblioth√®ques de Toulouse
2017-01-23 jsonplus 0.5.2 Custom datatypes (like datetime) serialization to/from JSON.
2017-01-23 bootstrap-vz 0.9.11 Bootstrap Debian images for virtualized environments
2017-01-23 Meg-Tools 3.2.7 Dev tools for Megalus Web Applications
2017-01-23 pyxattr 0.6.0 Filesystem extended attributes for python
2017-01-23 castle.cms 2.0.9 Castle CMS Plone distribution main package
2017-01-23 pycrayon 0.1 Crayon client for python
2017-01-23 dictorm 2.0 What if you could insert a Python dictionary into the database? DictORM allows you to select/insert/update rows of a database as if they were Python Dictionaries.
2017-01-23 nupic.bindings 0.5.1 Numenta Platform for Intelligent Computing - bindings
2017-01-23 ocflib 2017. libraries for account and server management
2017-01-23 sblu 0.5.0 Library for munging data files from ClusPro/FTMap/etc.
2017-01-23 sparse_linear_binning 1.0.1 Python function for performing a linear binning that is optimized for sparsity
2017-01-23 py-ms-cognitive 0.3.2 A simple lightweight python wrapper for the Microsoft Cognitive Services.
2017-01-23 offshoot 0.1.0 Modern, elegant, minimalistic but powerful plugin system for Python 3.5+.
2017-01-23 django-admin-sortable2 0.6.8 Generic drag-and-drop sorting for the List, the Stacked- and the Tabular-Inlines Views in the Django Admin
2017-01-23 dictmysql 0.4.12 A mysql class for more convenient database manipulations with Python dictionary.
2017-01-23 show 1.2.7 Debug print statements, done right. E.g. show(x)
2017-01-23 msrestazure 0.4.7 AutoRest swagger generator Python client runtime. Azure-specific module.
2017-01-23 hadmlservices 1.0.9 HAD ML Services
2017-01-23 pytest-redis 1.1.1 Redis fixtures and fixture factories for Pytest.
2017-01-23 cnrclient 0.3.3 cloud-native app registry server
2017-01-23 spark-testing-base 0.6.0 Spark testing for python
2017-01-23 pex 1.2.0 The PEX packaging toolchain.
2017-01-23 pyndri 0.1 pyndri is a Python interface to the Indri search engine
2017-01-23 setuptools 34.0.1 Easily download, build, install, upgrade, and uninstall Python packages
2017-01-23 sheetwrap 0.1.dev0 Simple interface for Google Sheets API v4
2017-01-23 luma.core 0.1.13 A component library to support SBC display drivers
2017-01-23 1and1 1.1.1 1&1 API Client Library for Python
2017-01-23 scalc 0.1.0 A Python package example
2017-01-23 hanging_threads 2.0.2 Deadlocks? Detect where your threads hang in Python with one import.
2017-01-23 importio2 0.1.4 API for Python
2017-01-23 flask-blocks 1.0.1 The common blocks which solve common problems encountered when creating Flask applications.
2017-01-23 top30 1.1.1 Creates rundowns from top30 charts
2017-01-23 halla 0.7.4 HAllA: Hierarchically All-against-All Association Testing

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