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New Modules in Pythonista 1.5??

Maybe some big ones that are out there like pygame or TkInter??

I'd say that numpy and matplotlib are pretty big...

Just wondering whats coming, we haven't gotten any updates lately

NumPy and Matplotlib are all but confirmed so far :)

For me it would be great if the siimulation package SimPy could be ported to Pythonista.

I agree numpy & matplotlib are pretty big indeed, and it would be great to have them available in my iPad. That will absolutely change the way I do both my research and my teaching.
@upwart: indeed, symbolic algebra would also be a handy tool to have.

Actually, SimPy is not SymPy. SymPy is pure python, so it would probably be easy to add yourself. Though having it would be nice. I don't know much about SimPy.
Any rough, rough estimates for a time of release?

@henryiii: my bad! simpy = processbased discreteevent simulation framework, while sympy = library for symbolic mathematics. I misred upwart's post.

@Pablo, @upwart:
You should be able to install SimPy using this script:https://gist.github.com/9011826
Tested on both SimPy and SymPy, since they seem to be pure python, everything should work. Modified slightly from OMZ's original SymPy script.

@henryiii: thanks a lot for the script, i'll give it a try.

This is great! Now I have the excellent discrete simulation module SimPy to my disposal on my iPad!
Thanks for the script. 
I just bought Pythonista. I want to do some simple examples of FFT and wavelets. Do I have to program my own FFT or is there a module which does it?
Edmund

Note to self, there is some code here
http://nayuki.eigenstate.org/page/freesmallfftinmultiplelanguagesEdmund

@edmundronald did you finally make it with your fft? I am basically in your tracks...