[SciPy-user] ANN: PyDSTool v0.83 - new release.
rclewley at cam.cornell.edu
Sat Mar 11 23:42:34 CST 2006
Thanks for your suggestions, Andrew. I've created a mailing list at
sourceforge and linked to the appropriate info for it and the license
(which is BSD, by the way) from the main project page of the wiki.
Your question about transfer functions reminded me that I meant to include
a piecewise-constant interpolation option to the "InterpTable" class,
which I have now done in a slightly updated version of the code at
SourceForge. If you see the test script 'interp_pcwc.py' you'll see an
example. It will only perform piecewise-linear and piecewise-constant
interpolation, nothing fancy like Matlab's c2d. I hope that's useful. You
could discretize any PyDSTool trajectory/curve, regular python function,
or fine-resolution array data in a similar way.
On Sat, 11 Mar 2006, Andrew Straw wrote:
> Hi, PyDSTool looks really interesting. A couple of questions, which I
> might suggest should be on your website's first page:
> 1) What is the license of PyDSTool? (I didn't download the source to
> find out.)
> 2) Is there a mailing list? neither searching for "mailing list" in the
> text of your wiki pages nor going to the SourceForge project page "List"
> turned up anything...
> And finally, since I'm asking questions, one that almost certainly
> doesn't need to go on your website's first page:
> Do you have any c2d-type function that takes a transfer function from
> the continuous to discrete domains?
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