[Numpy-discussion] ANN: NumPy/SciPy Documentation Marathon 2008
Wed May 21 14:46:50 CDT 2008
2008/5/21 LB <email@example.com>:
> This is really a great news, and it seems very promising according to
> the first pages of the Wiki that I've seen.
> It's perhaps not the right place to say this, but I was wondering what
> you would thinking about adding labels or category to the descriptions
> of each function ? I think It would really help newcomers to search
> around the 400 functions of numpy if they could use some labels to
> precise theirs thoughts.
You're right that some kind of categorization would be very valuable.
I think that this is planned, but the doc marathon organizers can
presumably give a more detailed answer.
> Until now, the most efficient why of finding the numpy function that
> fits my needds what to search after some words in the numpy example
> list page. This was not always very fast and labels like "array
> creation", "shape manipulation", "index operation",
> "arithmetic", ...etc, could simplify this kind of search.
In the short term, there's the numpy functions by category page on the wiki:
Of course, this page is already incomplete, and nobody is
systematically updating it. Really the right solution is what you
propose, annotating each function and then automatically generating
such a list.
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