• plessner

    The webbrowser is not displaying files with file:// extensions.

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    polyfit in the numpy module does fitting to a polynomial. There are other more specialized methods also in the numpy module.

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    I can't seem to access modules in site-packages either. Also get_albums in photos module seems to be missing. Also switched back to App Store version.

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    @zhunsake said:

    @omz I have seen other questions about pandas, and in another thread I mentioned I would pay an inapp-purchase to see pandas functionality, or donate via another method. I understand if that isn't something that you want to tackle in the near future or even ever, but could you let us know that so we can move on with our lives on this? Because of the c code in pandas you would be the only one that can make this happen. I really appreciate all the work you have done on this app and I use it on a daily basis. I think we would all just like to know if this is even a possibility. Thank you again for all your work.

    I second that! I am not a big fan of in app purchases, but since pandas (and other packages that have C extensions) may only appeal to a subset of the Pythonista community, it is justified.

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    @syslot There is an agate-excel extension. https://github.com/wireservice/agate-excel

    I haven't used it or tried to install it. So let me know if you get it to work.

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    @korakot Slugify requires regex (which is an enhanced replacement for the standard library re). Regex has C dependencies.

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    @korakot Yeah, I got the same message. Had to install Babel separately via pip and then things worked.

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    @syslot You need to make sure the dependencies are installed:
    six>=1.6.1
    pytimeparse>=1.1.5
    parsedatetime>=2.1
    Babel>=2.0
    isodate>=0.5.4

    What type of error do you get when you import agate from the console?

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    @syslot You need to install version 1.3.1. I found in version 1.4.0 some dependencies use C extensions.

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    Pandas is great. But, check out http://agate.readthedocs.io/en/1.4.0/about.html

    Not pandas, but has some pandas like functionality for reading csv, manipulation of heterogeneous data, etc. Pure Python so it can be installed in Pythonista.

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