Python Awesome

Open-source Python projects categorized as Awesome

Top 23 Python Awesome Projects

  • awesome-python

    A curated list of awesome Python frameworks, libraries, software and resources

    Project mention: I'm just a plumber with a passion for tech... | | 2022-11-08

    list of different python libraries, tools, services and more:

  • HelloGitHub

    :octocat: 分享 GitHub 上有趣、入门级的开源项目。Share interesting, entry-level open source projects on GitHub.

    Project mention: Projects ? | | 2022-08-07

    You’re contributions also come from committing to your own repositories. I believe they track contributions for commits you make (in any repo), pull requests you create, code you review, and something else… maybe GH Issues but I’m not familiar with that system. Once you get a job you’ll start getting contributions for pull requests and code reviews. Until then I would focus on your own repositories and if you find a project to contribute to then that’s great also! You can also checkout for projects to contribute to.

  • InfluxDB

    Build time-series-based applications quickly and at scale.. InfluxDB is the Time Series Data Platform where developers build real-time applications for analytics, IoT and cloud-native services in less time with less code.

  • awesome-oss-alternatives

    Awesome list of open-source startup alternatives to well-known SaaS products 🚀

    Project mention: Awesome list of open-source Startup Alternatives to well-known SaaS products 🚀 | | 2022-09-21
  • best-of-ml-python

    🏆 A ranked list of awesome machine learning Python libraries. Updated weekly.

    Project mention: Best-Of Machine Learning with Python | | 2022-04-28
  • awesome-quant

    A curated list of insanely awesome libraries, packages and resources for Quants (Quantitative Finance)

    Project mention: Why building profitable trading bot is hard? | | 2022-05-22

    If the financial analyst does not have a (possibly piecewise) software function to at least test with backtesting and paper trading, do they even have an objective relative performance statistic? Your notebook or better should also model fees and have a parametrizable initial balance.

    Here's the awesome-quant link directory:

  • PaddleHub

    Awesome pre-trained models toolkit based on PaddlePaddle. (400+ models including Image, Text, Audio, Video and Cross-Modal with Easy Inference & Serving)

    Project mention: [R] ERNIE-ViLG 2.0: Improving Text-to-Image Diffusion Model with Knowledge-Enhanced Mixture-of-Denoising-Experts + Gradio Demo | | 2022-10-29

    Hmm, is the code published? The thing on github just makes requests to a remote server.

  • awesome-scala

    A community driven list of useful Scala libraries, frameworks and software.

  • Zigi

    Delete the most useless function ever: context switching.. Zigi monitors Jira and GitHub updates, pings you when PRs need approval and lets you take fast actions - all directly from Slack! Plus it reduces cycle time by up to 75%.

  • anomaly-detection-resources

    Anomaly detection related books, papers, videos, and toolboxes

    Project mention: anomaly-detection-resources: NEW Extended Research - star count:6556.0 | | 2022-11-15
  • awesome-math

    A curated list of awesome mathematics resources

    Project mention: Best books about computer science theory? | | 2022-05-09

    Check out TCS, Algorithms, and Math awesome lists.

  • awesome-honeypots

    an awesome list of honeypot resources

    Project mention: How to make honeypots. | | 2022-10-13

    You may be interested in

  • CoreML-Models

    Largest list of models for Core ML (for iOS 11+)

  • Awesome-WAF

    🔥 Web-application firewalls (WAFs) from security standpoint.

    Project mention: xss waf bypass | | 2022-07-24


  • xxh

    🚀 Bring your favorite shell wherever you go through the ssh.

    Project mention: Working remotely using SSH | | 2022-11-16
  • best-of-python

    🏆 A ranked list of awesome Python open-source libraries and tools. Updated weekly.

    Project mention: Which not so well known Python packages do you like to use on a regular basis and why? | | 2022-08-26

    You may be interested in this best-of-python list on github.

  • waka-readme-stats

    This GitHub action helps to add cool dev metrics to your github profile Readme

    Project mention: Detailed metrics of your coding activity using WakaTime | | 2022-11-04


  • Phoenix

    wxPython's Project Phoenix. A new implementation of wxPython, better, stronger, faster than he was before. (by wxWidgets)

    Project mention: Modularized wxPython AGW-AUI demo module | | 2022-09-26

    My project attempts to freshen and modularize an advanced wxPython demo module AGW-AUI as a learning exercise. My other goal is the preparation of a structured wxPython GUI app skeleton. While the project reproduces most demo features, the original monolithic code is split into multiple loosely coupled components. A recent Python version (3.10) is required, and I use the latest wxPython release (4.2). This early attempt lacks documentation, but I hope to fix this problem later.

  • awesome-mlops

    :sunglasses: A curated list of awesome MLOps tools (by kelvins)

  • awesome-discord-communities

    A curated list of awesome Discord communities for programmers

    Project mention: List of Discord communities for programmers | | 2022-05-24
  • best-of-web-python

    🏆 A ranked list of awesome python libraries for web development. Updated weekly.

  • arl

    lists of most popular repositories for most favoured programming languages (according to StackOverflow)

    Project mention: Most-starred *insert programming language* GitHub repositories | | 2022-08-16
  • starred

    creating your own Awesome List by GitHub stars!

    Project mention: Beautify GitHub profile | | 2022-08-21

    Starred can help with that.

  • awesome-devops

    A curated list of awesome DevOps tools, platforms and resources

    Project mention: How to create a Python package in 2022 | | 2022-07-27

    Not necessarily, it just depends on how invested you are in the CI/CD pipeline for any given project, your preferences regarding self-hosting vs. cloud, and the amount of time you have to dedicate to the subject.

    Strictly speaking, any tool or set of tools that allow you to trigger building & deploying/publishing artifacts in response to source control commits can be used to build a CI/CD pipeline. One could write bash scripts linked to a cron job that pulls a remote repository every n minutes and then performs some scripted actions to integrate changes between branches before building & publishing the artifact to a local SFTP server.

    If you prefer a more mature solution with better documentation however, there is a (non-exhaustive) list of CI/CD tools on this awesome-devops list:

  • best-of-python-dev

    🏆 A ranked list of awesome python developer tools and libraries. Updated weekly.

  • Scout APM

    Truly a developer’s best friend. Scout APM is great for developers who want to find and fix performance issues in their applications. With Scout, we'll take care of the bugs so you can focus on building great things 🚀.

NOTE: The open source projects on this list are ordered by number of github stars. The number of mentions indicates repo mentiontions in the last 12 Months or since we started tracking (Dec 2020). The latest post mention was on 2022-11-16.

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What are some of the best open-source Awesome projects in Python? This list will help you:

Project Stars
1 awesome-python 148,053
2 HelloGitHub 61,763
3 awesome-oss-alternatives 12,444
4 best-of-ml-python 11,952
5 awesome-quant 10,923
6 PaddleHub 10,665
7 awesome-scala 8,580
8 anomaly-detection-resources 6,604
9 awesome-math 6,538
10 awesome-honeypots 6,515
11 CoreML-Models 5,506
12 Awesome-WAF 4,786
13 xxh 3,967
14 best-of-python 2,625
15 waka-readme-stats 2,241
16 Phoenix 1,898
17 awesome-mlops 1,835
18 awesome-discord-communities 1,804
19 best-of-web-python 1,736
20 arl 1,705
21 starred 1,144
22 awesome-devops 671
23 best-of-python-dev 615
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