Yes, I am modifying a finite element code written in python. I would like 
to perform the operator assembly in Julia rather than python. This will 
require parsing the finite element data in numpy format. I would like to 
implement an iterative linear solver on the the global linear system, and 
such a solver would be much faster in Julia as well. 

On Tuesday, October 18, 2016 at 4:56:14 PM UTC-4, Cedric St-Jean wrote:
> Could you provide a more concrete example of what you're trying to do?
> On Tuesday, October 18, 2016 at 4:42:51 PM UTC-4, Corbin Foucart wrote:
>> Suppose that I have a large Python code; I would like to use Julia to 
>> operate on the python workspace variables at certain locations in the code. 
>> What occurs to me is to either:
>> 1) write out all python workspace data to file, read data into julia, 
>> operate, save, read back into python (seems bad)
>> 2) Call Julia code directly from python (I don't want to perform some 
>> trivial computation as in the examples I've found, I want to operate on the 
>> lists of numpy arrays)
>> Is there an efficient or documented way to do this? 

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