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Top 23 Python Mathematic Projects

Project mention: Ask HN: Programmers Who Want to Get Better at Math  news.ycombinator.com  20240904
I have some questions for programmers and software engineers who feel they're not good enough at math and want to improve, particularly with the goal of applying math to their current or future jobs, or who consider a career change. This might include fields like ML/AI, data science, graphics programming, video games, physics simulations, scientific and numerical computing, crypto, finance, signal processing, etc.
As the creator of the Awesome Math resource [1], I'm looking to gather and organize math resources specifically for those who fit this description. If that's you, what are your main challenges? Why does math feel difficult? Do you struggle with math notation, similar to how adult musicians without formal training can find modern music notation difficult? What stops you from picking up a math textbook and working through it? Have you ever tried that? What alternatives to traditional textbooks would work better for you?
If you had to go back to the basics, what level would you start from? High school? Middle school? Elementary school? For example, are you comfortable with elementary algebra [2]—solving linear and quadratic equations, simplifying algebraic expressions with fractions and powers, etc.? If not, is this something you feel you need to master before moving on to more advanced math topics?
If you could have a kind of survival guide before progressing to more advanced resources, what would you want included? What would be unnecessary? What topics would you want clearly explained? Which areas of math would you like covered—linear algebra, calculus, geometry, arithmetic, probability theory, combinatorics, something else? Do you know of any such guides? If you've tried them, what did you like about them, and what could be improved?
Feel free to respond here, but if you'd like to stay in touch as I continue developing this longterm project, please also send me an email (see profile) and let me know what you're interested in. I may reach out again later as I make progress.
[1] https://github.com/rossant/awesomemath
[2] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elementary_algebra

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mathgenerator
A math problem generator, created for the purpose of giving selfstudying students and teaching organizations the means to easily get access to highquality, generated math problems to suit their needs.

awesometheoreticalcomputerscience
The interdicplinary of Mathematics and Computer Science, Distinguisehed by its emphasis on mathemtical technique and rigour.


InfluxDB
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fxpmath
A python library for fractional fixedpoint (base 2) arithmetic and binary manipulation with Numpy compatibility.





spyrograph
Python library for analyzing, exploring, and visualizing epitrochoids and hypotrochoids in just a few lines of code






polygon
Python module to calculate geometrical properties of arbitrary 2D polygons such as area, center of mass (centroid), solid of revolution and more! (by gerritnowald)

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Index
What are some of the best opensource Mathematic projects in Python? This list will help you:
Project  Stars  

1  awesomemath  8,660 
2  meshio  1,908 
3  pycm  1,441 
4  pythonigraph  1,282 
5  mathgenerator  680 
6  awesometheoreticalcomputerscience  656 
7  pytransform3d  618 
8  primify  464 
9  Nashpy  327 
10  okama  204 
11  pyrgg  203 
12  fxpmath  179 
13  seagull  175 
14  generativepy  95 
15  curvipy  69 
16  pysketcher  28 
17  spyrograph  22 
18  rpn  22 
19  ndim  21 
20  panim  14 
21  intromanim  11 
22  dragoncurve  10 
23  polygon  7 