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pymat and Matlab6.5

To who read this message:

I am trying to use pymat with python2.3 and matlab6.5 but
unfortunatlly it does not work because it is intended for python2.2. I
tried to recompile the source code to make it work with matlab6.5 and
python2.3 platform but it does not work for my at all. Is there any
one in this plant who have already the compiled library and sned it to
me by email or post it in the internet in the Python web site.

Thank you all.

Junnty
Jul 18 '05 #1
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>>>>> "Juntu" == Juntu <ju***@operamail.com> writes:

Juntu> To who read this message: I am trying to use pymat with
Juntu> python2.3 and matlab6.5 but unfortunatlly it does not work
Juntu> because it is intended for python2.2. I tried to recompile
Juntu> the source code to make it work with matlab6.5 and
Juntu> python2.3 platform but it does not work for my at all. Is
Juntu> there any one in this plant who have already the compiled
Juntu> library and sned it to me by email or post it in the
Juntu> internet in the Python web site.

Not an answer to your question but, what are you trying to do?

Numeric and scipy provide a lot of matlab functionality -- the MLab
module of Numeric provides many functions with matlab compatible
arguments and return values. There are python modules for loading
*.mat files into python dictionaries in the matfile library
ftp://ion.le.ac.uk/matfile/matfile.tar.gz. The matplotlib.mlab
library complements MLab by adding more matlab compatible functions to
python, and matplotlib.matlab library provides matlab compatible
plotting in python

http://matplotlib.sourceforge.net

If using python instead of matlab is an option for you, let us know
what you are trying to do and in most cases my guess is there is a
python solution.

Former pymat user now almost completely weaned from matlab,
John Hunter

Jul 18 '05 #2
John Hunter <jd******@ace.bsd.uchicago.edu> wrote in message news:<ma*************************************@pyth on.org>...
>> "Juntu" == Juntu <ju***@operamail.com> writes:

Juntu> To who read this message: I am trying to use pymat with
Juntu> python2.3 and matlab6.5 but unfortunatlly it does not work
Juntu> because it is intended for python2.2. I tried to recompile
Juntu> the source code to make it work with matlab6.5 and
Juntu> python2.3 platform but it does not work for my at all. Is
Juntu> there any one in this plant who have already the compiled
Juntu> library and sned it to me by email or post it in the
Juntu> internet in the Python web site.

Not an answer to your question but, what are you trying to do?

Numeric and scipy provide a lot of matlab functionality -- the MLab
module of Numeric provides many functions with matlab compatible
arguments and return values. There are python modules for loading
*.mat files into python dictionaries in the matfile library
ftp://ion.le.ac.uk/matfile/matfile.tar.gz. The matplotlib.mlab
library complements MLab by adding more matlab compatible functions to
python, and matplotlib.matlab library provides matlab compatible
plotting in python

http://matplotlib.sourceforge.net

If using python instead of matlab is an option for you, let us know
what you are trying to do and in most cases my guess is there is a
python solution.

Former pymat user now almost completely weaned from matlab,
John Hunter

----------- From Juntu,

The same prolem again. I found no binaries of Scipy for Python2.3
under Windows Xp. To compile the source code you need many package
which really I do not want to install them in my computer, and also I
do not have enough experience to do complilation process. Is there
someone who already compiled Scipy to work for Pyhton2.3 for Win32
patform???.
Thanks
Jul 18 '05 #3
>>>>> "Juntu" == Juntu <ju***@operamail.com> writes:
Juntu> The same prolem again. I found no binaries of Scipy for
Juntu> Python2.3 under Windows Xp. To compile the source code you
Juntu> need many package which really I do not want to install
Juntu> them in my computer, and also I do not have enough
Juntu> experience to do complilation process. Is there someone who
Juntu> already compiled Scipy to work for Pyhton2.3 for Win32
Juntu> patform???.

If you want to use scipy on win32, I recommend the enthought edition
of python, which comes with scipy, wxpython, vtk and other goodies
built in

http://enthought.com/python/

They do have a version for python2.3.

I was surprised not to see a win32 python2.3 binary for scipy on the
scipy site.

John Hunter

Jul 18 '05 #4
| The same prolem again. I found no binaries of Scipy for Python2.3
| under Windows Xp. To compile the source code you need many package
| which really I do not want to install them in my computer, and also I
| do not have enough experience to do complilation process. Is there
| someone who already compiled Scipy to work for Pyhton2.3 for Win32
| patform???.
Juntu ....

The Enthought distribution of Python 2.3 for Windows
includes SciPy ....

http://www.enthought.com

I don't know about WinXP, but the distribution works fine
under Win98 ....

--
Cousin Stanley
Human Being
Phoenix, Arizona

Jul 18 '05 #5
"John Hunter" <jd******@ace.bsd.uchicago.edu> schreef in bericht
news:ma*************************************@pytho n.org...
<...snip...>
If you want to use scipy on win32, I recommend the enthought edition
of python, which comes with scipy, wxpython, vtk and other goodies
built in

http://enthought.com/python/

They do have a version for python2.3.

I was surprised not to see a win32 python2.3 binary for scipy on the
scipy site.

John Hunter

This distribution sounds very promising. At this moment it appears to be
rather disjunct to the ActiveState distro, where the windows specific
packages are prominent

Thank you for bringing this distribution to my attention!

kind regards Gerrit

--
www.extra.research.philips.com/natlab/sysarch/

Jul 18 '05 #6

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