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Introducing and setting up IPython on a Windows PC [ID:1365] (1/18)

in series: Scientific and parallel computing using IPython

video tutorial by unpingco, added 04/09

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We discuss effective ways to set up and configure IPython on a Windows PC including handy tips for making the most out of IPython in a Windows environment.

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21. Moooi Dome Suspension Shop Sun, 10 Oct 2010 04:34

A very good intro to IPython!!!!

20. &Tradition Spinning Suspension Lamp Store Sat, 02 Oct 2010 15:40

Very interesting and well done.

19. occhiali da vista ray ban prezzi Tue, 28 Sep 2010 01:35

A really nice quick start up that helped me tackle the python configuration. Thanks.

18. AntvivyPeattile Sun, 22 Aug 2010 17:58

Very well presented tutorial. Thanks

17. Tue, 10 Aug 2010 12:46

Thanks so much for the tutorial.

16. DollieEn Sat, 07 Aug 2010 19:27

Thank you. Good Job!!! Very useful.

15. christian louboutin sale outlet Wed, 14 Jul 2010 22:50

maby windows isn't so bad after all

Thanks for setting this up. I just installed ipython for Windows and now need to get it running, so I will probably return to your videos later.

Very nice! Thank you for this series!

12. jasa SEO, Backlink, Blogwalking murah Mon, 29 Mar 2010 22:47

I did not expect that there is a video tutorial of scientific python. Your tutorial helps me a lot. Thank you so much for saving my time to learn python.

11. Sun, 07 Mar 2010 17:36

Very helpful to an old programmer just getting started with Python. Now if I can get the editor function to work as advertised...

10. canada goose jas tip de bruin Mon, 15 Feb 2010 19:38

Well done. Practical advice. Very clear narration. Easy to follow. Thanks.

9. anonymous Fri, 27 Nov 2009 13:46

this is truly excellent! many thanks

Thank you . Great choice of a topic.

7. anonymous Sat, 21 Nov 2009 09:58

very slow rendering

6. anonymous Wed, 16 Sep 2009 01:21

Very good...

5. anonymous Tue, 07 Jul 2009 22:14

what windows operating system do you prefer you where using xp

would you rather program with LINUX OPERATING SYSTEM

OR IS IT ADVISABLE TO USE A WINDOWS OPERATING ENVIROMENT for ipython you said it is harder in windows


4. anonymous Sun, 28 Jun 2009 17:15

good work

3. anonymous Sat, 27 Jun 2009 02:06

Thanks for the useful video! I've got a problem with IPython not using my favorite editor, but I'll try to solve that myself.

2. anonymous Thu, 09 Apr 2009 14:01

Thanks for your tutorial. As you say so much great advice for linux users and not much for windows users.

In my company we have to use Windows so this is useful.

Loved it! A very nice screencast. The visuals were very pro and the pacing fine. As for the subject matter I would say this sort of advice is pure gold to a windows-based Pythonista (and the config-file details are pretty much cross-platform). Many programmers are quite unaware (I was) of just how powerful IPython is and configuring it properly is a must. I use the pylab flag as lot - still amazed how easy the integration is. And being able to preimport modules is very nice too. Thanks for that and welcome to Showmedo - you're good to self-publish any others. And I'd love for there to be more.

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