What have you automated using Python?

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Scout Monitoring - Free Django app performance insights with Scout Monitoring
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  • hledger

    Robust, fast, intuitive plain text accounting tool with CLI, TUI and web interfaces.

    I am using hledger for keeping track of my finances. It was tedious to manually add all transactions, so I build a python script that converts csv file generated from my bank account to hledger syntax. Additionally it automatically assigns categories based on title of transaction.

  • Scout Monitoring

    Free Django app performance insights with Scout Monitoring. Get Scout setup in minutes, and let us sweat the small stuff. A couple lines in settings.py is all you need to start monitoring your apps. Sign up for our free tier today.

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  • Scrapy

    Scrapy, a fast high-level web crawling & scraping framework for Python.

    One more useful project I forgot. I was looking for a used cars. I written a scraper using Scrapy, that was gathering all new offers, filtered by my criteria, every hour. Then it was sending me nicely formatted email.

  • red-mail

    Advanced email sending for Python

    I'm actually the author of Red Mail (email sending library) and Rocketry (Pythonic statement-based scheduler). I'm actually looking for example projects to create some practical tutorials of how one could use the libraries. Not sure which kind would be appealing to most and what kind of problems people have with alternative options (which I could address).

  • rocketry

    Modern scheduling library for Python

    I'm actually the author of Red Mail (email sending library) and Rocketry (Pythonic statement-based scheduler). I'm actually looking for example projects to create some practical tutorials of how one could use the libraries. Not sure which kind would be appealing to most and what kind of problems people have with alternative options (which I could address).

  • Nature-Poster

    Grabs images and videos from Pexels API and posts them automatically to FB

    Yeah! Thanks for asking! https://github.com/Voltaic314/Nature-Poster

  • pyTRS

    A Python library for parsing real-world Public Land Survey System (PLSS) land descriptions (or "legal descriptions") for use in data analysis, GIS mapping, spreadsheets, etc.

    I built a library to parse Public Land Survey System land descriptions into tabular data. It sees a lot of use in the consulting work I do in the niche area of land records and acquisitions/divestitures.

  • xlsx_copycull

    A tool for streamlined copying of Microsoft Excel spreadsheets and conditionally deleting certain rows

    And I also posted about another module I wrote for generating copies of spreadsheets and culling each down to whatever subset of rows I need. This also weirdly finds a lot of uses in a world of clients and coworkers who use spreadsheets for way too many things.

  • InfluxDB

    Power Real-Time Data Analytics at Scale. Get real-time insights from all types of time series data with InfluxDB. Ingest, query, and analyze billions of data points in real-time with unbounded cardinality.

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  • photo-processing

    Collection of scripts I use to postprocess photos

    Preprocessing my photos after I pull them off of my digital cameras and phone.

  • pdfsam

    PDFsam, a desktop application to split, merge, mix, rotate PDF files and extract pages

    PDFsam then? But if your program is working you probably don’t need it anymore.

  • moto_scraper

    Here is github repo, I don't know if it will be useful. It is not documented at all, and specific to one site that I was scraping.

  • sup-res

    A great companion for finding key support and resistance levels on financial charts, cryptocurrencies.

  • Screen-usage-widget

    This is a personal project of mine i need a way to see my screen time usage but as there were no witget i decided to try to code one :)

    Well I made an app using rumps library to create a widget for mac os menu bar the widget lets me close and open my screen time usage by opening the system preferences and navigating to screen time, and also used py-to-exe to covert my .py file into a .app file. and yes i know this is not really automating with python but i just wanted to share. you can see my project at github: https://github.com/Paaritoosh/Screen-usage-widget

  • uhabits_converter

    Convert uhabits boolean habits to the new numeric habit type.

    Converting uhabits old boolean type to numeric (because I had a bunch of habits tracked using the old format) https://github.com/ConorSheehan1/uhabits_converter

  • bibtex-autocomplete

    Python package to autocomplete bibtex bibliographies

    In the long tradition of automating things that take less than 5 minutes to do manually, I've made a CLI script to autocomplete BibTeX entries (open source on github). A lot of work but now I can just copy/paste the title of any article I stumbled upon and the script will often do the rest.

  • CoinMarketCap-scraper-new-tokens

    This program written in Python enables the user to analyze based on the market cap the new tokens that are upload everyday on CoinMarketCap .

    I just uploaded it, take a look :) CoinMarketCap scraper new tokens

  • SaaSHub

    SaaSHub - Software Alternatives and Reviews. SaaSHub helps you find the best software and product alternatives

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