[Numpy-discussion] effectively computing variograms with numpy

Hanno Klemm klemm@phys.ethz...
Tue Jun 26 06:19:15 CDT 2007


Didrik,

thanks, I'll definitely will have a look at this.

Hanno


Didrik Pinte <dpinte@itae.be> said:

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> On Mon, 2007-06-25 at 23:09 +0200, Hanno Klemm wrote:
> > I will try and dig a bit more in the literature, maybe I find
something.
> >=20
> > Hanno
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> I don't know if it can help. We started a project to convert BMELib (a
> matlab library) into Python. It's still bound with Numeric but it should
> be pretty straigthforward to convert it to numpy. The translation was
> not finished but the variogram methods worked pretty fine and the
> benchmarks between the Python and Matlab version were very interesting.
> 
> If you want to investigate it, see http://bmelibpy.sourceforge.net
> (variograms are in the statlib file).
> 
> Didrik
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