[SciPy-dev] 2-review system on doc wiki
Sun Feb 14 23:30:58 CST 2010
On Sun, Feb 14, 2010 at 11:56 AM, <email@example.com> wrote:
> For some functions it will be difficult to determine what one level
> below the likely user actually means. I recently fixed a problem with
Maybe, maybe not: if in doubt, one could query the list "who uses this
function?" Reply: "I do." (Hopefully someone pipes up.) Next query: "what
do you do/how do you use it?" Reply: "I'm a physicist; I use it for my
research on quantum gravity." Conclusion: "one level below" equals a
physics graduate student (or maybe post-doc). Another (hopefully less
plausible) example: "Who uses 'dot'?" A tsunami of replies: "I do."
Follow-up: "What do you do?" Lowest level of replies: a high school student
taking AP Physics. Conclusion: "one level below" equals a high school
student taking non-AP physics. Not so hard - "loud" on the list, perhaps,
but not so hard.
> but I still don't know what the use for the analytical signal is or
> what it really means. I don't think a random user will bump into
> signal.hilbert, for example. And for a basic introduction Wikipedia is
> more informative than a docstring can be.
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