[SciPy-dev] bugs in stats package
oliphant at ee.byu.edu
Wed Aug 10 16:29:50 CDT 2005
Perry, Alexander (GE Infrastructure) wrote:
>Debian has scipy version 0.3.2 and this is Bug Tracking System (BTS) 322454:
>stats.py in nanmean() and nanstd() uses "N-sum" when "N.sum" is necessary.
>stats.py in nanstd() provides obviously wrong answers for data without NANs.
>distributions.py in est_loc_scale() only receives two items from self.stats().
>distributions.py in est_loc_scale() refers to "stats" but was imported as "st".
>distributions.py in nnlf() wrongly passes its self twice to _nnlf().
>distributions.py in nnlf() fails when everything that precedes "x"
>is consolidated into a numarray so it can only be used standalone.
>distributions.py in fit() doesn't comply with nnlf()'s argument API.
Thanks for reporting these...
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