Free publication of works made with python modules

Hi there,

I have been working on a project that consists of creating digital artworks.
My artworks come in the form of images programmed in python.
In order to realize my works, I used several python modules which are the following:

  • random
  • PIL
  • pandas
  • collections
  • numpy
  • matplotlib
  • pgmagick (PyPI)
  • skimage

I now plan to create a website in which I can distribute my works (without any commercial purpose).
I would therefore like to know if the modules I use in python are free to use and that I can distribute my works on the internet, and if so, under what conditions.

Thanks !

I am not a lawyer, but ‘Yes’. Read the Python license. I believe it says that output from programs you write belongs to you. I think this is generally true of software output except as noted, and programs attempting to claim ownership of user productions tend to not be used.

Yes. The output of your programs belong to you, not to the people who wrote Python or any of those libraries.