BCS Scientific Programming Using Spyder

Spyder is the Scientific PYthon Development Environment.  There is an excellent book Doing Math With Python (use programming to explore algebra, statistics, calculus and more) that I recommend using for subsequent leaning and exercises.  Tutorials are available for Spyder by clicking here.

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The books companion site can be accessed by clicking here.

To download Spyder click here.  Appendix A in the book (page 233) gives all associated details for possible installs of this outstanding IDE.  Once installed you will want to install Django so the web development modules will also be available.

Currently I intend to write a calculator that understands practically all the math symbols (symbolic math) that will allow for calculations of all types as well as display the perfunctory steps used to arrive at the answer.

As a sidebar I am always interested to look at software that minimizes coding but produces professional results Django (web framework) fills the bill quite nicely.

Mr. Arch Brooks, Software Engineer, Brooks Computing Systems, LLC authored this article.

BCS Delphi XE8 PasDoc Project Creation Utility

A GUI interface has been developed to aid in the creation of the project file for the PasDoc documentation system.
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An advantage to using this system is the utilization of the project “.dpr” file to build the file list and also establishes the location of the source files.
The user simply clicks on the “Select Help Location” menu option and the following select file dialog menu appears.
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Notice the default file extension is “.dpr”.  Simply traverse to the correct project file and select it.  After making the desired selection the following dialog will appear for the user’s completion.
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The user simply taps the OK button to compete the process and generate the PasDoc project file.  The user is then presented with the PasDoc GUI for further documentation generation.

A 32 bit executable program may be downloaded by clicking here.
A 64 bit executable program may be downloaded by clicking here.
The component documentation can be found by clicking here.
The source code may be found by clicking here.

Mr. Arch Brooks, Software Engineer, Brooks Computing Systems, LLC authored this article.