pythonnet 3.1.0-preview2023-11-04

This is a prerelease version of pythonnet.
There is a newer prerelease version of this package available.
See the version list below for details.
dotnet add package pythonnet --version 3.1.0-preview2023-11-04
NuGet\Install-Package pythonnet -Version 3.1.0-preview2023-11-04
This command is intended to be used within the Package Manager Console in Visual Studio, as it uses the NuGet module's version of Install-Package.
<PackageReference Include="pythonnet" Version="3.1.0-preview2023-11-04" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add pythonnet --version 3.1.0-preview2023-11-04
#r "nuget: pythonnet, 3.1.0-preview2023-11-04"
#r directive can be used in F# Interactive and Polyglot Notebooks. Copy this into the interactive tool or source code of the script to reference the package.
// Install pythonnet as a Cake Addin
#addin nuget:?package=pythonnet&version=3.1.0-preview2023-11-04&prerelease

// Install pythonnet as a Cake Tool
#tool nuget:?package=pythonnet&version=3.1.0-preview2023-11-04&prerelease

pythonnet is a package that gives .NET programmers ability to integrate Python engine and use Python libraries.

Embedding Python in .NET

  • You must set Runtime.PythonDLL property or PYTHONNET_PYDLL environment variable, otherwise you will receive BadPythonDllException (internal, derived from MissingMethodException) upon calling Initialize. Typical values are python38.dll (Windows), libpython3.8.dylib (Mac), libpython3.8.so (most other *nix). Full path may be required.
  • Then call PythonEngine.Initialize(). If you plan to use Python objects from multiple threads, also call PythonEngine.BeginAllowThreads().
  • All calls to Python should be inside a using (Py.GIL()) {/* Your code here */} block.
  • Import python modules using dynamic mod = Py.Import("mod"), then you can call functions as normal, eg mod.func(args). You can also access Python objects via PyObject and dervied types instead of using dynamic.
  • Use mod.func(args, Py.kw("keywordargname", keywordargvalue)) or mod.func(args, keywordargname: keywordargvalue) to apply keyword arguments.
  • Mathematical operations involving python and literal/managed types must have the python object first, eg. np.pi * 2 works, 2 * np.pi doesn't.

Example

using var _ = Py.GIL();

dynamic np = Py.Import("numpy");
Console.WriteLine(np.cos(np.pi * 2));

dynamic sin = np.sin;
Console.WriteLine(sin(5));

double c = (double)(np.cos(5) + sin(5));
Console.WriteLine(c);

dynamic a = np.array(new List<float> { 1, 2, 3 });
Console.WriteLine(a.dtype);

dynamic b = np.array(new List<float> { 6, 5, 4 }, dtype: np.int32);
Console.WriteLine(b.dtype);

Console.WriteLine(a * b);
Console.ReadKey();

Output:

1.0
-0.958924274663
-0.6752620892
float64
int32
[  6.  10.  12.]

Resources

Information on installation, FAQ, troubleshooting, debugging, and projects using pythonnet can be found in the Wiki:

https://github.com/pythonnet/pythonnet/wiki

Mailing list https://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/pythondotnet Chat https://gitter.im/pythonnet/pythonnet

.NET Foundation

This project is supported by the .NET Foundation.

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C# bindings for NumPy on Win64 - a fundamental library for scientific computing, machine learning and AI. Does require Python 3.7 with NumPy 1.16 installed!

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.NET bindings for NumPy. Requires the actual Python with NumPy installed.

LostTech.TensorFlow

FULL TensorFlow 2.5+ for .NET with Keras. Build, train, checkpoint, execute models. Samples: https://github.com/losttech/Gradient-Samples, https://github.com/losttech/YOLOv4, https://github.com/losttech/Siren Deep learning with .NET blog: https://ml.blogs.losttech.software/ Comparison with TensorFlowSharp: https://github.com/losttech/Gradient/#why-not-tensorflowsharp Comparison with TensorFlow.NET: https://github.com/losttech/Gradient/#why-not-tensorflow-net Allows building arbitrary machine learning models, training them, and loading and executing pre-trained models using the most popular machine learning framework out there: TensorFlow. All from your favorite comfy .NET language. Supports both CPU and GPU training (the later requires CUDA or a special build of TensorFlow). Provides access to full tf.keras, estimators and many more APIs. Free for non-commercial use. For licensing options see https://losttech.software/buy_gradient.html !!NOTE!! This version requires Python 3.x x64 to be installed with TensorFlow 2.5.x. See the official installation instructions in https://www.tensorflow.org/install/ (ensure you are installing version 2.5 to avoid hard-to-debug issues). Please, report any issues to https://github.com/losttech/Gradient/issues For community support use https://stackoverflow.com/ with tags (must be all 3 together) tensorflow, gradient, and .net. For support email contact@losttech.software . More information in NuGet package release notes and on the project web page: https://github.com/losttech/Gradient . TensorFlow, the TensorFlow logo and any related marks are trademarks of Google Inc.

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