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For a list of applications built with !PyQt and PyKDE, see the [[PyQt/SomeExistingApplications|SomeExistingApplications]] page. For a list of applications built with !PyQt and PyKDE, see the [[PyQt/SomeExistingApplications|Some Existing Applications]] page.
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(Part of the Veusz project - see the entry on the SomeExistingApplications page.) <<BR>> (Part of the Veusz project - see the entry on the [[PyQt/SomeExistingApplications|SomeExistingApplications]] page.) <<BR>>

This page contains a list of packages and modules that are designed to be used in PyQt and PyKDE applications. Some of these are also built with PyQt and PyKDE.

For a list of applications built with PyQt and PyKDE, see the Some Existing Applications page.


Camelot is a python GUI framework on top of Sqlalchemy and PyQt, inspired by the Django admin interface.
Author: Conceptive Engineering
Link: http://www.conceptive.be/projects/camelot

DaVinci Rendering Engine

DaVinci is a vector graphics based declarative GUI toolkit for Python, which is currently under development.
Author: K.S.Sreeram
Link: http://tachyon.in/davinci/


IVuPy (I-View-Py) aims to be a solid basis for large Qt based Python programs geared to 3D visualization and data analysis of huge data sets.
Author: Gerard Vermeulen
Link: http://ivupy.sourceforge.net/

Matplotlib (Qt backend)

matplotlib is a python 2D plotting library which produces publication quality figures in a variety of hardcopy formats and interactive environments across platforms.
Author: John Hunter and contributors
Link: http://matplotlib.sourceforge.net/


OpenAlea is an open source project primarily aimed at the plant research community, with a particular focus on Plant Architecture Modeling at different scales.
Author: OpenAlea Project contributors
Link: http://openalea.gforge.inria.fr/


Pâté (or just Pate) is a plugin for Kate on KDE3 that allows you to create new plugins in Python for Kate.
Author: Paul Giannaros
Link: http://paul.giannaros.org/pate/


Pivy is a Coin binding for Python. Coin is a high-level 3D graphics library with a C++ Application Programming Interface.
Author: Tamer Fahmy, Systems in Motion (SIM)
Link: http://pivy.coin3d.org/


PyGUIUnit is a framework created for testing GUIs.
Authors: Fabio Zadrozny and Bruno da Silva de Oliveira
Link: http://pyguiunit.sourceforge.net/


A Python module for writing website scrapers/spiders.
Author: Paul Giannaros
Link: http://paul.giannaros.org/pykhtml/


PyQt4-based bindings to the Poppler PDF library.
Author: Rajeev J. Sebastian
Link: http://svn.pardus.org.tr/uludag/trunk/playground/pypoppler-qt4/


Bindings for libraries of Quantum GIS that enable rapid development of GIS applications.
Author: Martin Dobias
Link: http://www.qgis.org/wiki/Python_Bindings


PyQtGraph is a pure-python graphics library built on PyQt4 and numpy. It is intended for use in mathematics / scientific / engineering applications and was initially developed for the acq4 project.
Maintainer: lcampagn
Link: https://launchpad.net/pyqtgraph


PyQwt is a set of Python bindings for the Qwt C++ class library which extends the Qt framework with widgets for scientific and engineering applications.
Author: Gerard Vermeulen
Link: http://pyqwt.sourceforge.net/

Pywidget KDM Patch

This patch makes it possible to embed widgets developed with PyQt in a KDM theme.
Author: Dental On Line
Link: http://opensource.dental-on-line.com/?page_id=18


Independently maintained Qt3Support wrappers for PyQt4.
Author: Matteo Bertini <pyqt3support@develer.com>
Link: http://www.develer.com/oss/PyQt3Support


(dead/unmaintained) Another independently maintained Qt3Support wrappers for PyQt4.
Author: James Lamanna
Link: http://kscraft.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/kscraft/Q3/trunk/


QcmWidgets are a collection of controls (widgets) for the Qt Ui Framework. The widgets are implemented in Python using PyQt.
Author: chris.pm
Link: http://code.google.com/p/qcmwidgets/


(Part of the Veusz project - see the entry on the SomeExistingApplications page.)
Author: Jeremy Sanders
Link: http://svn.gna.org/viewcvs/veusz/trunk/document/svg_export.py?rev=1127&view=markup

PyQt/Third_Party_Packages_and_Modules (last edited 2018-06-04 08:58:37 by MichaelHerrmann)

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