Published February 03, 2018

Transmedia Learning Framework For Python

Below you will find some resources for a Transmedia Learning Framework for Python, with emphasis on use for computational science and high-performance computing.

Doxygen

Doxygen is a free and open source tool that processes markup describing classes, functions, and variables in your software's header files and generates a user-friendly hyperlinked set of web pages. These web pages allow the user to navigate all the classes, functions, and variables and see 1) class hierachy relationships; 2) input and output parameters for methods and functions; and 3) other variables and associated data.

Doxygen supports many programming languages, and can also generate a LaTeX-generated PDF file.

Transmedia Learning Framework For Python

Below you will find some resources for a Transmedia Learning Framework for Python, with emphasis on use for computational science and high-performance computing.

Read The Docs

Read The Docs is a free service for hosting documentation generated from tools such as Sphinx. Read The Docs typically requires documentation to be written in either reStructuredText or Markdown, and can be configured to produce branch- or commit-specific documentation in a version control system (see What Is Version Control?).