# python-scipyHow can I use a Python Scipy cheat sheet?

A Python Scipy cheat sheet is a great tool for quickly looking up commonly used functions and syntax. Here's an example of how to use it:

```
# Import the SciPy library
import scipy
# Use the SciPy library to calculate the mean of a list of numbers
mean = scipy.mean([1,2,3,4,5])
print(mean)
```

## Output example

`3.0`

The code above uses the SciPy library to calculate the mean of a list of numbers.

The cheat sheet can also be used to quickly look up commonly used functions and syntax. For example, the cheat sheet can provide details on how to use functions like `scipy.optimize.minimize`

, `scipy.fftpack.fft`

, and `scipy.stats.kstest`

.

The cheat sheet also contains information on how to use SciPy packages, such as `scipy.integrate`

, `scipy.linalg`

, and `scipy.special`

. It also includes a list of SciPy constants, such as `scipy.pi`

and `scipy.inf`

.

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