PyPedia talk:Feature requests

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[edit] Add versioning support in the python library

What is the most "pythonic way" to import a specific version of pypedia method? What other forms of "versioning" can you think of?

What do you think about User:Daniel Mietchen's idea?

When referencing a piece of code using any standard piece of syntax, e.g. Hanoi towers, that link should be saved with its version number, which would be inherited when forking.

[edit] Fork button as at GitHub

Status done: http://www.pypedia.com/index.php/Pypedia:Documentation#Forking_an_article . What do you think? Alexandros Kanterakis 13:27, 26 April 2012 (CEST)

[edit] Integration with data

If data have been analyzed, it is important to keep track of

  1. which version (or set) of data has been analyzed
  2. what code has been used to process these data (ideally on what hardware/ OS/ configuration)
  3. what had been the outcomes
  4. how many attempts had been made at analyzing these data

I imagine that PyPedia would be in a good position to handle all four of these. --Daniel Mietchen 22:36, 19 March 2012 (UTC)

[edit] A sandbox

A sandbox page in the user space is not editable. Nevertheless anone can create a Foo_user_<username> and do whatever he likes. So this can be conceived as a user-spaced sandbox. Any ideas?

[edit] Executable papers!!

The foremost vision of reproducible science.. Comment from User:Daniel Mietchen:

Fits very well with the Encyclopaedia of original research.

[edit] PyPedia License

Current CC license maybe it is not very suitable for a code project. Take a look at the discussion in reddit. Any ideas?

  • Status. DONE. License: Simplified BSD License.

[edit] Add Latex / Math support

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