The NIH Library * describes Python as:
an open source, object-oriented programming language, particularly well-suited for scientific computing because of its extensive ecosystem of scientific libraries and environments.
L. Federer, “LibGuides: Data Sciences Workstation: Anaconda/Python,” 02-Mar-2016. [Online]. Available: http://nihlibrary.campusguides.com/c.php?g=102650&p=672645. [Accessed: 25-May-2016].
Within the UAH Library (LIB), Python 3.5 is available on the Windows PCs in the Info Arcade computer lab on the first floor. (You can view the full software list for those PCs here.)
* NOTE: It appears that the NIH Library has reorganized their website, and removed this page. If needed, a version of this page as stored on the Internet Archive can be accessed here.
The UAH Library contains numerous books & ebooks about Python. You can click here to search the UAH Primo Pathfinder discovery system (or you can view a complete list of UAH Library books & ebooks about Python).
You can also view the ebooks subject guide here for more information about ebooks in the library collection.
Please note that the following list contains only a few of the books & ebooks in the UAH Library. You can click on each title to go to the record for that book (to view the ebook, or to see if the print book is available in the Library).
Again, you can click here for a complete list of UAH Library books & ebooks about Python.