[Numpy-discussion] trapz documentation on Examples pages
Sun Jul 13 12:53:02 CDT 2008
Sun, 13 Jul 2008 11:55:01 -0400, Alan G Isaac wrote:
> There are two examples pages:
> The latter says:
> This page contains a large database of examples demonstrating most
> of the Numpy functionality. Numpy Example List With Doc has these
> examples interleaved with the built-in documentation, but is not as
> regularly updated as this page.
> So I expect the latter to be most complete and up-to-date. (Indeed, I
> assume it automagically generated.) But ``trapz`` is documented on the
> former but not the latter. Is there a reason?
The "... With Doc" is the automatically generated one. It appears that
"trapz" does not have additional examples, only the "builtin" reference
documentation, so it is not listed on the latter page.
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