[Numpy-discussion] random v. random_state in RandomState
Alan G Isaac
Sat Jan 23 13:36:35 CST 2010
As I understand it, numpy.random provides the function ``random`` as an
alias for ``random_state``. Might this be moved into
numpy.random.mtrand.RandomState, for interface consistency?
Right now if I start with ``prng = np.random.RandomState(seed=myseed)``
I cannot use ``prng.random`` as it does not exist. Note that I can use
the convenience function ``prng.rand``, and its documentation makes
reference to ``random``!
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