Does it make sense to package pip packages as snaps?

I infrequently use python packages but sometimes I need to install one. As I am trying to snap software as I need it, I was wandering if there was a good justification for turning a python package (that could be easily installed with a single line calling pip) into a snap package?

Do python packages also break each others dependencies etc. or is it unnecessary to package a pip package as a snap?

Personally, I think snaps are better suited for packaging applications than libraries or other build dependencies.

What do others think?

After installing and using the python package I decided there was no real justification (in terms of my time) for turning it into a snap. It can easily be installed with pipx.