[SciPy-Dev] Proposal for Scikit-Signal - a SciPy toolbox for signal processing

David Cournapeau cournape@gmail....
Tue Jan 3 01:14:40 CST 2012


On Mon, Dec 26, 2011 at 5:39 PM, Jaidev Deshpande
<deshpande.jaidev@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi
>
> I gave a talk at SciPy India 2011 about a Python implementation of the
> Hilbert-Huang Transform that I was working on. The HHT is a method
> used as an alternative to Fourier and Wavelet analyses of nonlinear
> and nonstationary data. Following the talk Gael Varoquaux said that
> there's room for a separate scikit for signal processing. He also gave
> a lightning talk about bootstrapping a SciPy community project soon
> after.
>
> So with this list let us start working out what the project should be like.
>
> For noobs like me, Gael's talk was quite a useful guide. Here's the
> link to a gist he made about it - https://gist.github.com/1433151
>
> Here's the link to my SciPy talk:
> http://urtalk.kpoint.in/kapsule/gcc-57b6c86b-2f12-4244-950c-a34360a2cc1f/view/search/tag%3Ascipy
>
> I personally am researching nonlinear and nonstationary signal
> processing, I'd love to know what others can bring to this project.
> Also, let's talk about the limitations of the current signal
> processing tools available in SciPy and other scikits. I think there's
> a lot of documentation to be worked out, and there is also a lack of
> physically meaningful examples in the documentation.
>
> Thanks
>
> PS: I'm ccing a few people who might already be on the scipy-dev list.
> Sorry for the inconvenience.

Jaidev,

at this point, I think we should just start with actual code. Could
you register a scikit-signal organization on github ? I could then
start populating a project skeleton, and then everyone can start
adding actual code

regards,

David


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