[Numpy-discussion] [ANN] Nanny, faster NaN functions
Fri Nov 19 14:19:13 CST 2010
Fri, 19 Nov 2010 11:19:57 -0800, Keith Goodman wrote:
> My guess is that having separate underlying functions for each dtype,
> ndim, and axis would be a nightmare for a large project like Numpy. But
> manageable for a focused project like nanny.
Might be easier to migrate the nan* functions to using Ufuncs.
Unless I'm missing something,
np.nanmax -> np.fmax.reduce
np.nanmin -> np.fmin.reduce
For `nansum`, we'd need to add an ufunc `nanadd`, and for
`nanargmax/min`, we'd need `argfmin/fmax'.
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