Obtaining NumPy & SciPy libraries¶
Official Source and Binary Releases¶
For each official release of NumPy and SciPy, we provide source code (tarball) as well as binary packages for several major platforms. Binary packages for other platforms may be available from your operating system vendor.
|Project||Available packages||Download location|
|NumPy||Official source code (all platforms) and binaries for Windows & Mac OS X||SourceForge site for NumPy|
|SciPy||Official source code (all platforms) and binaries for Windows & Mac OS X||SourceForge site for SciPy|
Bleeding Edge Repository Access¶
The most recent development versions of NumPy and SciPy are available through the official repositories hosted on Github.
To check out the latest NumPy sources:
git clone git://github.com/numpy/numpy.git numpy
or (if you’re behind a proxy blocking git ports)
git clone http://github.com/numpy/numpy.git numpy
To check out the latest SciPy sources:
git clone git://github.com/scipy/scipy.git scipy
git clone http://github.com/scipy/scipy.git scipy
Third-Party/Vendor Package Managers¶
Below is a partial list of third-party and operating system vendor package managers containing NumPy and SciPy packages.
These packages are not maintained by the NumPy and SciPy developers; this list is provided only as a convenience. These packages may not always provide the most up to date version of the software, and may be unmaintained.
IMPORTANT: If you experience problems with these packages (especially those related to installation/build errors), please report the problem to the package maintainer first, rather than to the NumPy/SciPy mailing lists.