the Python IDE for scientific computing
Pyzo is a cross-platform Python IDE focused on interactivity and introspection, which makes it very suitable for scientific computing. Its practical design is aimed at simplicity and efficiency.
Pyzo is written in Python 3 and Qt. Binaries are available for Windows, Linux, and Mac. For questions, there is a discussion group.
Two components + tools
Pyzo consists of two main components, the editor and the shell, and uses a set of pluggable tools to help the programmer in various ways. Some example tools are source structure, project manager, interactive help, and workspace.
Some key features
Powerful introspection (autocompletion, calltips, interactive help)
Allows various ways to run code interactively or to run a file as a script.
The shells runs in a subprocess and can therefore be interrupted or killed.
Multiple shells can be used at the same time, and can be of different Python versions (from v2.4 to 3.x, including pypy)
Support for using several GUI toolkits interactively: asyncio, PySide, PySide2, PyQt4, PyQt5, wx, fltk, GTK, Tk, Tornado.
Run IPython shell or native shell.
Full Unicode support in both editor and shell.
Various handy tools, plus the ability to make your own.
Matlab-style cell notation to mark code sections (by starting a line with ‘##’).
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