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Using Python Packages - and interfacing

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Python is well established as a scripting language for scientific computing.

We will talk about using the Python for various tasks, and how to interface it to compiled code, be it C, Fortran, or C++. Some mention will be made of ctypes, SWIG , pybind11 and numba – which all have different strategies for interfacing to your code.

This talk is part of the RSE Seminars series.

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