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Sandro Tosi is a Debian Developer, Open Source evangelist, and Python enthusiast. After completing a B.Sc. in Computer Science from the University of Firenze, he worked as a consultant for an energy multinational as System Analyst and EAI Architect, and now works as System Engineer for one of the biggest and most innovative Italian Internet companies.
Repeating a trivial example under different platforms. Not a very imformative bookPublished 5 months ago by SkyGazer
This book is a very good starting point for users new to Matplotlib. It was even useful after using Matplotlib occasionally for the past two years.Published 7 months ago by Winston Holmes
I am into this language because of the 3D plotting abilities. I think that this will allow me to do some fantastic figures.Published 14 months ago by david t. Pitts
Overall I found this to be an excellent learning tool. The writing is clear and the printing good for python, which is a language that requires exact spacing for the syntax to... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Alchemist
Pretty much cut and paste from the documentation on line. I was hoping for some good examples and got a few examples that helped me out some but not nearly as extensive as I would... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Deadwood
While the introductions seem to go on endlessly once you get into the meat of the book it is everything you might want in a basic how to book. Read morePublished 20 months ago by AOL Jack
This book provided me with the info I needed to successfully integrate Matplotlib into a wxPython app. Read morePublished on February 14, 2013 by A. Page
Really enjoyed this and it was very helpful!
I will recommend to any upcoming Python developer, especially for students in research development!
This is a well written book with plenty of examples. I am using it in the kindle form and the formatting is a little wonky when you look at the source code. Read morePublished on November 26, 2012 by Christopher Lirakis