Will pandas and scipy be available on Pythonista in the near future ??
If there will not is there some way they can be loaded on the ipad if they are not fully integrated into Pythonista.
This thread seems like it has become the definitive thread for all things pandas/scipy so I’ll just post this here.
Some of you may be interested in the following app:
I’ve played with it a little and you can in fact use scipy and pandas on it. Those are preinstalled. If you upgrade for $5 you can plot as well. Which is nice.
The problem, and for me it’s a pretty big problem, is that your code is sent to a server and compiled remotely (with a max running time of 30s). There are of course many reasons not to do that. But for just learning to work with scipy or pandas or for just playing with generic ideas, I thought perhaps someone could find it interesting. It is buggy but I’ve been successful getting a few basic things to work.
I corresponded a bit with the developer and he is quite responsive. He also said he is thinking of having the code run locally in the future, but there is certainly no reason to expect that to be successful - I would think he will likely hit the same problems as omz.
Anyway for real tasks, I’m still hoping for at least pandas on pythonista one day if there’s no hope for scipy (I would gladly pay $20 more than I have already paid for those - just saying). But I thought someone may find this interesting since it is a relatively new app.
Hi, since cocalc was mentioned, I thought it would be worthwhile to suggest Juno (https://juno.sh), which runs on iPad. It’s basically a Jupyter notebook client running in an iOS app, and you have a choice of different back-ends: Azure Notebooks, Cocalc, or an AWS backend. I’m using the AWS backend for maximum flexibility.
I sure wish I knew pandas won't be supported, before I paid $10.
@scotttmiller I would be happy to pay you the $10 back if you create a working version of Pandas in an iOS app and publish it to the AppStore for $10. Please let me know.
In a recent post I tried to see if @omz could share something about what he was working on (no reply). I realize that telling us is a mixed bag for him but perhaps he could say if Scipy and Pandas, which are often requested, are never happening, imminent, or still a possibility.
I can assure those of you interested that Juno is easily worth the $10. Honestly, I’d be happy with my purchase even if I spent $20 or $30. It would be great to be able to use pandas and scipy directly on iOS, but Juno serves most of my purposes just fine. You can use cocalc or azure, or what I usually do is just run both a selenium server and a jupyter server on my laptop on the same network and just run it via Juno. And then I can do anything I want in either Python or R (or many other languages) from my iPad or phone. It’s true you can do that just via safari or other browser too, but I find it unworkable, especially on the phone. The app does make the experience pretty good.
Me too, pandas plz.
Is there a way to volunteer to port pandas to work with pythonista? I don't think it'd take me that long. I could put up a fork on GitHub and then the work to link it into your app and resubmit to the store would be minimal.
@froody It would be a good exercise in any case to see how difficult the port would be. Go for it.
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Pandas is included on this app. It has also newer versions of NumPy and Matplotlib. Pythonista has old versions of NumPy and Matplotlib.
Then how come one can use Pandas on Juno?