Code index entries tagged: python
Ally-Py is a flexible, rapid development framework for developers who want to build any web based application with a REST API.
A utility for arming (creating) many bees (micro EC2 instances) to attack (load test) targets (web applications).
A command-line tool to better visualize crowded dot density maps.
Booktype is a free, open source platform that produces beautiful, engaging books formatted for print, Amazon, iBooks and almost any e-reader.
A set of tools for fetching shapefiles from the Census FTP site, then extracting data from them.
dataset is a Python library that makes reading and writing data in databases as simple as reading and writing JSON files.
An open-source tool to help journalists communicate securely with sources using Tor.
A set of helpers for baking your Django site out as flat files.
Tools for printing filler text in your Django templates, a technique from the days of hot type known as greeking.
A Python library for hyphenating HTML in your Django project.
A Django database field for storing YAML data.
An experiment to standardize individual donor names in campaign finance data using simple graph theory and machine learning.
Build an index of all financial documents filed by nonprofit organizations since 2002, with links to PDFs uploaded by bulk.resource.org.
JSONProxy turns JSON endpoints into JSONP for cross-domain requests. It also allows for whitelisting for security and caching to aid in performance.
A collection of simple math functions.
A Python library that standardizes the names of U.S. states.
A simple Python wrapper for the DocumentCloud API.
A Python wrapper for the Associated Press U.S. election data service.
A simple Python wrapper for version three of Google’s geocoder API.
python-tablefu is a tool for manipulating spreadsheet-like tables in Python. It began as a Python implementation of ProPublica’s TableFu, though new methods have been added. …
A template for a muted base layer about Southern California. Designed for overlaying loud data visualizations.
Superdesk is a next-generation open source newsroom stack for managing newsrooms and their content. With it media organisations are free to define their own type of newsroom organisation, content delivery and business strategy.
A python-based tool to help convert a CSV file into an interactive HTML table that sorts, filters and paginates and is easy to publish.