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The Python Imaging Library (PIL) makes many tasks easy in digital photography. This recipe shows how to make a "contact sheet" of images, a single image with thumbnails of many different pictures. It's limited in that it will only work with pictures of the same shape, but you can make some really fun images.



Parseline breaks a line (actually a string) into python objects like strings, floats, ints, etc., based upon a short format string.



The code module provides the ability to write your own Python shell, which you can use to filter out input or output, and embed it in another application. This recipe shows how this module can be used.



This script draws simple SVG images composed of circles, squares, lines, text, etc.



I really like the 'spy' and 'pcolor' functions, which are useful in viewing matrices. 'spy' prints colored blocks for values that are above a threshold, and 'pcolor' prints out each element in a continuous range of colors.
The attached is a...



This package does simple polynomial manipulation: adding, multiplying, taking to powers, evaluating at a value, taking integrals and derivatives. Nothing as sophisticated as Mathematica, but useful all the same. I find that I make lots of dumb...



This code snippet uses Python/OpenGL (http://pyopengl.sourceforge.net) to open a window using GLUT, and draw a sphere into it. I've used this many times as the starting point for more complicated applications.



A simple wxPython/OpenGL application to draw a sphere.



This is a little script that uses Python to generate the cellular automata that Wolfram discusses in his book "A New Kind of Science". The script uses the Python Imaging Library to render the output, but you could replace this with text...



This little application generates Mandelbrot/Frame's fractal trees in Python (see http://www.math.union.edu/research/fractaltrees/). Given an iteration depth, a trunk length, and a branching angle, this algorithm generates the corresponding tree....