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Hi,

I've write a GUI using python/wxPython to control a machine in the
laboratory (a x-ray powder diffractometer) . Now I've to write some
papers defending the goodness of python for such aplications.
Can s0mebody give me references about projects of this nature?

Thanks in advance

Zunbeltz
Jul 18 '05 #1
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Zunbeltz Izaola

papers defending the goodness of python for such aplications.
Can s0mebody give me references about projects of this nature?


http://pythonology.org/success
http://python.oreilly.com/news/pytho...ss_stories.pdf
http://wingide.com/success/
http://pbf.strakt.com/success
Good Luck

Harald
Jul 18 '05 #2
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Harald Massa <cp*********@sp amgourmet.com> wrote:
Zunbeltz Izaola

papers defending the goodness of python for such aplications.
Can s0mebody give me references about projects of this nature?


http://pythonology.org/success
http://python.oreilly.com/news/pytho...ss_stories.pdf
http://wingide.com/success/
http://pbf.strakt.com/success

Jul 18 '05 #3

Tanks to all, the links are very usefull.

Zunbeltz
Jul 18 '05 #4

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