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How to use Mathematica functions in Python programs?

I'd like to know how can I call Mathematica functions from Python. I appreciate a example, for example, using the Mathematica function Prime. I had search about MathLink but how to use it in Python ...
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Calling IronPython code from Mathematica

I'd like to call some IronPython code from Mathematica using .NET/Link. The problem is that the code lives in .py files, yet from Mathematica I can only load .NET assemblies which are DLLs. So it ...
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Is there a way to run Python from within Mathematica?

I know there is some support for running Mathematica from Python, but is there any way to do the reverse. For example, to import some Python classes and use them in Mathematica?
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Python-style plots in Mathematica

I love making plots in Mathematica. And I love to spend a lot of time making high-quality plots that maximize readability and aesthetics. For most cases, Mathematica can make very beautiful images, ...
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Is there a built-in equivalent to Python's enumerate?

Python's built-in function enumerate takes an iterable over $(a_0, a_1, \dots )$ as argument and returns an iterable over the sequence of pairs $((0, a_0), (1, ...
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Output from Wolfram language in Python

I have a Python program which will run a script in the Wolfram language and then return to the main program. Is it possible to return values/variables to the main program? This is the code in Python ...
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How to get Python bindings to work on the Raspberry Pi

There are several examples on this site on how to call Mathematica from Python. You can: install the bindings that come with Mathematica; or call a script as a subprocess from within Python; or ...