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On Jun 29 James Langbridge wrote: Develop your own applications to control your own instrumentation hardware
Python's rapid development is already well known, and is versatile enough to be used in just about any situation, from mathematics to fully fledged graphical interfaces, but how do you control external hardware? How can you use Python to access a serial interface, talk to hardware on the desk, or even better, create our own interface? O'Reilly's Real World Instrumentation with Python explains all of that, and even more. Full Review  >

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