I think I must be turning too much into a statistician and econometrician lately, I must have caught a virus or something. Maybe it started already a while ago
The theme of the scipy conference this year is "Machine Learning & Tools for Reproducible Science". However, I'm not doing any sexy twitter analysis, I just spent some days coding tests for proportion, boring stuff like pairwise comparisons of proportions.
Anyway, I decided to submit a tutorial proposal for econometrics with statsmodels to the scipy conference, see (lightly edited) proposal below. Since my proposal didn't get accepted, my first response was: Wrong topic, Too much statistic, We just want numbers, not check whether the model is correct, and find out how to fix it.
That leaves me with more time to go back to figuring out which other basic statistical tests are still missing in Python.