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IDE's for Python

Question asked by Dan_Patterson Champion on Sep 5, 2015

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Forgot the iThingy market  i use this... Pythonista ... a whole whopping $7  includes Python, Numpy and Matplotlib

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  • Pythonista is now compatible with all iOS screen sizes – from iPhone 4 to iPad Pro, and everything in-between.

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Came across this in StackOverflow and I thought it might be of interest to those just starting out in Python, NumPy and Arcpy.  It is a listing  (locked in 2014) of a comparability matrix comparing some of the more common IDE.

 

Now don't start a .... but mine isn't listed and it is better... war.  This is just informational.

 

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/81584/what-ide-to-use-for-python

 

The spreadsheet version is here...

Python IDE's

 

and the image version is here

 

http://i.stack.imgur.com/ItVKB.png

 

Although out of date (ie PyScripter is now back in business as is PythonWin), it is a useful comparison.  Some of the commercial packages have limited/free versions as well, so read carefully.

 

Message was edited by: Dan Patterson Added iPad link to Pythonista

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