TOOLBOX: raspberry PI & Python & Experiments, eJournal ISSN 2567-6466
Author: Gerd Doeben-Henisch
(August 11, 2022, Last change: August 14, 2022)

raspBerry Pi

(August 11, Last change: August 14, 2022)

The raspberry PI Prozessor [1], nicely embedded in a simple but powerful board, seems to be a universal tool to integrate knowledge about hardware, the linux operating system, a huge space of available software, many programming languages, and a whole bunch of additional electronic components allowing lots of interesting experiments.

On this site it will be explored how one can built up step by step experiments attached to the topic of ‚learning‘.


There are today more than 100 programming languages around. Every has their own merits. In the realm of ‚learning‘ and close to hardware applications the programming language ‚python‘ has some popularity.[2] Therefore we will use this language here.


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Under this title a series of experiments will be reported. The Order of experiments is completely driven by ‚curiosity‘ and by ‚uprising questions‘. But, first of all, the question will be answered: what is an experiment?


[1] See the raspberry PI organization:

[2] For the Version 3.0 of python see here: