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RRiki allows you to use an ordinary browser (like Firefox) to organize notes, citations and figures.



Simple code to show how to incorporate a pylab plot into wx and then interact with it. This can form the basis of windows/apps that plot various variables that can be changing in the background.



This short code demonstrates how blocking calls to a Queue, while consuming less CPU, are limited in their response time by the minimum time slice the OS is willing to allocate (typically 10ms for Mac OS X and Linux). Non-blocking calls to Pipe,...



This snipped illustrates the use of thetagrids and rgrids to customize the polar plot grid



The code is a barebones example of how to write a loop for a server so that it gracefully detects when the client has dropped the connection and goes back to listening for a new client.



An interactive graph to plot the trajectory of points on and off the mandelbrot
set. Illustrates the use of sliders in matplotlib



This is a class that allows you to set up an arbitrary probability distribution function and generate random numbers that follow that arbitrary distribution.



I needed to use the cumulative normal distribution and normal probability density functions repeatedly for some data analysis. I found that I could speed things up drastically by using a lookup table and matplotlib's builtin interpolation function.



This code, when passed a MATLAB structure, will recursively go into it and print out the form of the struct.



Polynomial explorer. You tell this module what order of polynomial you want and it will set up a figure with a graph of that polynomial plotted with x = -1 to +1. It will set up a second figure with a set of coefficient axes. You can click on the...