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Welcome to SciKits!  Here you'll find a searchable index of
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SciPy Toolkits are independent and seperately installable projects hosted under a common namespace. Packages that are distributed in this way are here (instead of in monolithic SciPy) for at least one of three general reasons. Each of these reasons use the same high-level namespace (scikits).
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