These may be what you are looking for:
QPython doesn't work with every library. On the other hand, in Pydroid 3 you have to pay if you want to install some libraries. Both of them support syntax highlighting, but not code completion. Also, both of them have interpreters and terminals.
You can try pyreverse. It's installed as part of the pylint package so it's possible you already have it. Someone else already beat me to a pyreverse explainer: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/36432630/class-diagram-viewer-application-for-python3-source
Manim is a python animation engine for explanatory math videos that is used by the youtuber 3Blue1Brown.
I have no personal experience with it so I cant vouch for its ease of use, but this seems to fit exactly what you are looking for
I came across an open source Python project for VAD (Voice Activity Detection) which can be found here. This can be installed by running the following command:
git clone https://github.com/marsbroshok/VAD-python.git
Given an audio file, the system analyzes it and outputs detected speech regions as intervals of time. It is also simple to use and can easily ...
git clone https://github.com/wiseman/py-webrtcvad
This is a python interface to the WebRTC Voice Activity Detector
(VAD). It is compatible with Python 2 and Python 3.
classifies a piece of audio data as being voiced or unvoiced. It can
be useful for telephony and speech recognition.
The VAD that Google developed for the WebRTC
project is ...