[SciPy-dev] Some Feedback - Best place for large recipe?

Brendan Simons brendansimons at yahoo.ca
Thu Nov 10 20:37:30 CST 2005


I checked out the accessibleSciPy wiki, and its the first time I've  
seen any reference to the Scipy cookbook. http://www.scipy.org/wikis/ 
accessible_scipy/ScipyCookbook

I have a couple of modules which define a fairly handy framework for  
fitting linear and non-linear 2D shapes to data with uncertainty  
(plus concrete classes polynomials, sinusoids and circles).  I don't  
think the code is good enough yet to include in Scipy, but it passes  
all my test suites, and since curve fitting is so common, others  
might be interested.  I thought I might add it to the Scipy Cookbook,  
but it isn't clear exactly how recipes should be added to the wiki.   
Plus if the whole thing is switching to Trac, I might be better to wait.

What's the best way then to add a scipy recipe?

    Brendan
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