python science programming
Pyscience is a easy python library and command-line application to work with mathematical operations and other science related programming. Also you can manage CSV data with the datam module.
Pyscience requires Python 3.7+ to work.
Pyscience is available in PyPI. You can install Pyscience using pip (as root):
pip3 install pyscience
If you want to install the latest development version, you can install pyscience from the GitHub repository:
pip3 install git+https://github.com/m-alzam/pyscience.git
Pre-releases have the latest features and bug fixes.
- Basic calculator
- Operate with variables, monomials and polynomials
- Solve first and second-degree equations
- Get information about chemical elements
- Manage CSV data easily (in development)
- Convert between unit with the
Once installed, you can run pyscience as a normal program:
This should start pyscience's interactive interpreter. You can operate with variables:
> 2x+3x 5x > 2x*7y 14xy
Or get Chemical Elements information with the
# Returns chemical element with symbol 'H' > CE('H') ... # Returns chemical element with atomic number 2 > CE(2) ...
Solve first-degree equations:
> Eq(2x, 10) Eq(2x = 10) Solution: 5
Official documentation is available here.
You can build it using the
sphinx python library and the
Pyscience is in current development. Future features:
- Update chemicals elements information
- Polynomial division
- Physics functions
Copyright (c) 2019 Manuel Alcaraz Zambrano
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About data used for ChemicalElement
Chemical elements information is extracted from the Kalzium program.
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