We are glad to announce the publication of the proceedings of the 7th European
Conference on Python in Science, EuroSciPy 2014, still in 2014!
The proceedings cover various scientific fields in which Python and its
scientific libraries are used. You may obtain the table of contents and all the
articles on the arXiv at http://arxiv.org/abs/1412.7030
For convenience, the articles' titles are listed below.
It is a useful reference to have as the publication of software-related
scientific work is not always straightforward.
PS: there was no large announcement of the proceedings of EuroSciPy 2013. In the
hope that this can increase their visibility, here is the URL
Proceedings of EuroSciPy 2013: http://arxiv.org/abs/1405.0166
Pierre de Buyl, Nelle Varoquaux: Preface
Jérôme Kieffer, Giannis Ashiotis: PyFAI: a Python library for high performance azimuthal integration on GPU
Andrew Leonard, Huw Morgan: Temperature diagnostics of the solar atmosphere using SunPy
Bastian Venthur, Benjamin Blankertz: Wyrm, A Pythonic Toolbox for Brain-Computer Interfacing
Christophe Pouzat, Georgios Is. Detorakis: SPySort: Neuronal Spike Sorting with Python
Thomas Cokelaer, Julio Saez-Rodriguez: Using Python to Dive into Signalling Data with CellNOpt and BioServices
Davide Monari, Francesco Cenni, Erwin Aertbeliën, Kaat Desloovere: Py3DFreeHandUS: a library for voxel-array reconstruction using Ultrasonography and attitude sensors
Esteban Fuentes, Hector E. Martinez: SClib, a hack for straightforward embedded C functions in Python
Jamie A Dean, Liam C Welsh, Kevin J Harrington, Christopher M Nutting, Sarah L Gulliford: Predictive Modelling of Toxicity Resulting from Radiotherapy Treatments of Head and Neck Cancer
Rebecca R. Murphy, Sophie E. Jackson, David Klenerman: pyFRET: A Python Library for Single Molecule Fluorescence Data Analysis
Robert Cimrman: Enhancing SfePy with Isogeometric Analysis
Steve Brasier, Fred Pollard: A Python-based Post-processing Toolset For Seismic Analyses
Vladimír Lukeš, Miroslav Jiřík, Alena Jonášová, Eduard Rohan, Ondřej Bublík, Robert Cimrman: Numerical simulation of liver perfusion: from CT scans to FE model