The Python Papers Anthology


The Python Papers Anthology is the umbrella entity referring to

  • The Python Papers
  • The Python Papers Monograph
  • The Python Papers Source Codes

under a common editorial committee. It aims to be a platform for disseminating industrial / trade and academic knowledge about Python technologies and its applications.

General Scope of this Anthology

  • Python User Groups and Special Interest Group introductions
  • Technical aspects of the Python language
  • Code reviews and book reviews
  • Descriptions of new Python modules and libraries
  • Solutions to specific problems in Python
  • Consolidated summaries of current discussion in Python
  • Mailing lists or other forum
  • Companies and organisations using Python
  • Applications developed in Python (such as held in the Python Cheese Shop)

In short, we are soliciting submissions where Python is an integral part of the answer.

The following are links to article templates:

Please use these templates in your manuscript preparation.

The Python Papers Anthology is indexed/harvested/listed in

OAIster | Ulrichweb Global Serial Directory | Academic Journals Database | Ovid LinkSolver | Index Copernicus | Public Knowledge Project @ Simon Fraser University | The eGranary Digital Library | PANDORA @ National Library of Australia | Google Scholar | EBSCOhost - Computer and Applied Sciences Complete Database | Directory of Open Access Journals | Directory of Research Journal Indexing | NewJour (TPP and TPPSC only) | Open J-Gate (TPP only) | Electronic Journal Library @ University Library of Regensburg (TPP only)

The Python Papers

The Python Papers (ISSN: 1834-3147) is a free e-journal, including industry and academic articles. We are proud of the diversity of content in our journal, covering Python User Groups from around the world, conferences and other events, open-source projects and the use of Python in commercial organisations.

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The Python Papers Monograph

The Python Papers Monograph (ISSN 1837-7092) provides a refereed format for publication of monograph-length reports including dissertations, conference proceedings, case studies, advanced-level lectures, and similar material of theoretical or empirical importance. It does so quickly, informally and at a high level, where the Python programming language is an integral aspect.

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The Python Papers Source Codes

The Python Papers Source Codes (ISSN 1836-621X) is a collection of software and source codes, usually associated with papers published in The Python Papers and The Python Papers Monograph. These codes are refereed for originality, accuracy, completeness, and lasting value.

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