[SciPy-dev] are masked array statistical function hidden intentionally?
Wed Nov 19 07:55:19 CST 2008
On Nov 19, 2008, at 6:38 AM, Scott Sinclair wrote:
> 2008/11/19 Pauli Virtanen <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
>> Tue, 18 Nov 2008 19:04:01 -0500, josef.pktd wrote:
>>> On Tue, Nov 18, 2008 at 4:52 PM, Pierre GM <email@example.com>
>>>> About the documentation: well, I guess I should take the blame
>>>> for not
>>>> having written more thorough docstrings. However, I'm not in
>>>> charge of
>>>> building the whole doc.
>> Pierre -- the masked array documentation in Numpy Reference Guide is
>> especially lacking as not all MA functions are listed or the
>> functionality explained. I'm not so familiar with MA, so I would
>> appreciate help in writing the documentation for this part of Numpy.
> Pierre, if you aren't able to find the time for this, then it might be
> most productive (for you) to review the docstrings as I work on them.
> That way you're just checking that the documentation doesn't lie or
> miss any subtleties.
I tend to edit the docstrings as I edit the code, and most functions/
methods do have a proper docstring that follows the numpy standard.
There's definitely a lack of examples and see alsos, though...
I'm quite surprised to see that so many functions are not picked up
during the doc build.
Pauli, could you point me towards the part of the autosummary/autodoc
that lists the functions in a module ? Should I edit the docstring of
the module to organize the output (using ..autofunction / ..automethod
directives ? Is it legit to put sphinx directives/shortcuts in the
doc, or are we still trying to ensure compatibility with an extra
Scott, thanks a lot for your suggestion, it'd be easier indeed for me
to review stats.mstats functions docstrings than (re)write them.
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