[Numpy-discussion] numpy release
Fri Apr 25 12:55:01 CDT 2008
2008/4/25 David Huard <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> 2008/4/24 Jarrod Millman <email@example.com>:
> > On Thu, Apr 24, 2008 at 1:22 PM, David Huard wrote:
> > > Assuming we want the next version to : ignore values outside of range
> > and
> > > accept and return the bin edges instead of the left edges, here could
> > be the
> > > new signature for 1.1:
> > > h, edges = histogram(a, bins=10, normed=False, range=None,
> > normed=False,
> > > new=False)
> > >
> > > If new=False, return the histogram and the left edges, with a warning
> > that
> > > in the next version, the edges will be returned. If new=True, return
> > the
> > > histogram and the edges.
> > > If range is given explicitly , raise a warning saying that in the
> > next
> > > version, the outliers will be ignored. To ignore outliers, use
> > new=True.
> > > If bins is a sequence, raise an error saying that bins should be an
> > > integer. To use explicit edges, use new=True.
> > >
> > > In 1.2, set new=True as the default, and in 2.3, remove new
> > altogether.
> > +1
> > That sounds fine to me assuming 2.3 is 1.3.
> Done in r5085. I added a bunch of tests, but I'd appreciate if someone
> could double check before the release. This is not the time to introduce new
> Hopefully this is the end of the histogram saga.
Well, it's not... there is still an issue... give me a couple of minutes to
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