[SciPy-dev] new function regrid for fitpack2
tim.leslie at gmail.com
Wed Jan 3 01:06:40 CST 2007
Hi All, I've been working through a bunch of tickets and noticed this
one has stagnated. Can someone comment on the status of this.
The second patch to this ticket has not been applied? Is there a
reason not to? I noticed the other thread on this topic suggested that
a complete solution might require moving delaunay out of the sandbox.
Is this still the case?
On 10/14/06, Stefan van der Walt <stefan at sun.ac.za> wrote:
> Hi John
> On Fri, Oct 13, 2006 at 03:42:13PM +0100, John Travers wrote:
> > Attached is a very simple script (will make it a test later) which
> > uses the test data from netlib->dierckx to check the use fo regrid and
> > surfit. The plot attached shows the results. There could be an error
> > in my dealing with meshgrid (I hate they way it swaps axes), but I
> > think it is right. The surfit part issues a warning on interpolation.
> > If you increase s to say 20 (0 is needed for interpolation) then the
> > warning goes, but then you are smoothing (as can be seen from the
> > corresponding output plot - which was down sampled for file size).
> I think matplotlib may be throwing a spanner in the wheels here by
> using its own interpolation. If you use
> you get a plot like
> (I changed to a more densely sampled grid).
> As for the meshgrid behaviour, take a look at numpy's mgrid, which
> doesn't do the argument swapping.
> > I'll make this into a test at some point and also improve the interp2d
> > interface to be more flexible to input array layout - but this will
> > have to be nest week due to time constraints (I need to work...)
> I'm sorry, I still havn't had time to merge the patch -- will
> hopefully be able to do that over the weekend at least.
> > Hope this demonstrates my point (and that yopu don't find an obvious
> > error in my code...)
> Thanks for the demo! Pretty pictures always make for a convincing
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