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Welcome to SciKits!  Here you'll find a searchable index of
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<h1>About SciKits</h1>

SciKits (short for SciPy Toolkits), are add-on packages for <a href="">SciPy</a>, hosted and developed separately from the main SciPy distribution.  All SciKits are available under the 'scikits' namespace and are licensed under <a href="">OSI-approved licenses</a>.
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