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The State of PyPI — 2022 Edition

Let’s see how the Python Package Index evolved in 2022

An overview of the keywords of Python packages. Created with wordcloud by Martin Thoma.

PyPI, the python package index, is the default package repository for Python. It’s completely open and free to use for anybody. Anybody can contribute packages. PyPI is also the default package index for Python: When you run pip install flake8 the package manager will typically look on PyPI for flake8.

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