Anders Andreasen Blog

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This blog has been created to give up to date about my scientific research. As far as copyright allows i will link to full text preprints of my published papers. My primary research interests are combustion chemistry and physics, heterogeneous catalysis, and gas-solid interactions. From time to time i may post on computer related issues. Especially I find the GNU/Linux operating system very interesting and appealing.


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June 23, 2009 at 7:17 pm

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  1. I’m a newbie to scientific Python and wow your examples in Linux Gazette 115 are super! But none of them run because of the many changes in Python over these past six years. Frustrating to a beginner: not only have the library contents changed but the function names and legal argument lists are also evidently differing. Why not post a revision — current as of 2011?? Thanks!

    Mike Lampton

    May 19, 2011 at 6:06 pm

    • Thanks for the nice words. I have considered updating the articles in Linux Gazette, however I find that the scientific python documentation is becoming better and better, and me doing just one more is somewhat redundant. That being said, things are fundamentally different, especially with the plotting in e.g. scipy, it seems matplotlib has entirely replaced the good old gnuplot, with are much simpler, easier, and also more matlab-like syntax.


      May 20, 2011 at 9:31 pm

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