[SciPy-user] lowess in scipy?
tom.denniston at alum.dartmouth.org
Mon Jan 22 20:48:22 CST 2007
Thanks for you answer.
It's a part of netlib I think. The legal info from netlib is here:
It seems to come with a BSD-like license from what I can tell. They
only ask that you cite them as the source of the code. I think it
would be great to get it into scipy. Am I reading the legal notice
On 1/22/07, Pierre GM <pgmdevlist at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Monday 22 January 2007 12:50, Tom Denniston wrote:
> > Or does anyone have any other
> > suggestions for the best python lowess implementation?
> The easiest by far turned out to find the Fortran sources for lowess and/or
> stl from netlib (the links are also available here:
> ), and write a f2py wrapper.
> If you're interested, I have a slightly modified version of lowess.f and stl.f
> (just merging the two), and the corresponding .pyf to process it.
> I'm not sure about the actual license status. If it's BSD, we could think
> about putting the fortran sources in scipy. I never really try to find an
> answer to that.
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