[SciPy-user] best way of finding a function
Fri Apr 27 12:18:17 CDT 2007
El dv 27 de 04 del 2007 a les 11:14 -0600, en/na Fernando Perez va
> On 4/27/07, Francesc Altet <email@example.com> wrote:
> > El dv 27 de 04 del 2007 a les 11:49 -0500, en/na Trevis Crane va
> > escriure:
> > > OK thank you. But in the generalized case, for you guys/gals who are
> > > more experienced, when looking for a function for the first time, is
> > > this what you usually do -- Google it?
> > Google helps a lot indeed.
> > I use also quite a lot the TAB key in IPython, and the '?' mark after a
> > name function that I'm not sure if it is what I'm after. When this
> > technique is used in combination with packages that are hierarchically
> > structured (i.e. subpackages of subpackages) like SciPy is, this turns
> > out to be stunningly effective (at least for me).
> The following little trick in ipython is also worth knowing about:
> In : import numpy
> In : numpy.*cos*?
That's great. I should find time to read the ipython manual more in
deep. It will save me a lot of time :)
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