Django APIs for physics conversion and calculations
Django APIs for Physics
List of countries according to ISO-3166 and details of a country based on PyCountry module.
List of currencies based on ISO-4217
Currencies conversion rates
List of conversion rates fetched from BCE APIs. The module provides a command line for fetching rates from different services. Custom services can be added. Custom conversion rates can be created by registered users.
Systems and Units
List of unit systems, dimensions, and units based on the excellent Pint library. Custom units can be created by registered users.
Conversions between currencies, with batch conversion support. Conversions between units in a unit system with batch conversion support
Check the syntax and dimension of a formula with units, and evaluate its value
pip install djangophysics
docker is available at fmeurou/djangophysics
This package provides a OpenAPI documentation. See urls.example.py for a setup example.
The app provides most services without authentication. Authentication is required to store custom conversion rates and custom conversion units. By default, the app is configured to allow authentication through an API token that can be generated for a user on the Django admin site.
API authentication can be achieved with an Authorization header with value Token <APIToken> curl -H "Authorization: Token <user token>".
The app supports translations for countries and units in 15 languages. More languages should be available soon.
The app uses python-forex as a mecanism to fetch currency rates. A django command is available to fetch rates from command line : $ ./manage.py fetch_rates
Geophysics aims at bringing physical quantities to Web Services.
A live version of this service is available at https://api.geophysics.io.
This module relies on the great work from the following projects:
This project is maintained by Frédéric Meurou firstname.lastname@example.org.
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