[Numpy-discussion] binomial coefficient, factorial
Wed Apr 14 17:17:05 CDT 2010
On 14 April 2010 17:37, Christopher Barker <Chris.Barker@noaa.gov> wrote:
> jah wrote:
>> Is there any chance that a binomial coefficent and factorial function
>> can make their way into NumPy?
> probably not -- numpy is over-populated already
>> I know these exist in Scipy, but I don't
>> want to have to install SciPy just to have something so "basic".
> The problem is that everyone has a different "basic". What we really
> need is an easier way for folks to use sub-packages of scipy. I've found
> myself hand-extracting just what I need, too.
Maybe I've been spoiled by using Linux, but my answer to this sort of
thing is always "just install scipy already". If it's not already
packaged for your operating system (e.g. Linux, OSX, or Windows), is
it really difficult to compile it yourself? (If so, perhaps post a
report to scipy-user and see if we can fix it so it isn't.)
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