[SciPy-user] sparse stuff in numpy/scipy

Antonino Ingargiola tritemio@gmail....
Tue Jul 3 05:02:42 CDT 2007


2007/7/2, Anne Archibald <peridot.faceted@gmail.com>:
> On 01/07/07, dmitrey <openopt@ukr.net> wrote:
> > Ok, thx, I hadn't noticed that one in dir(scipy)
> > But I still think it's better include to numpy.
>
> Use help(scipy). More generally, for any scipy subpackage, use
> help(scipy.subpackage) to see what it has and what it does. If
> anything is missing from these docstrings, file a bug.
>
> The fact of dir() not listing all subpackages is more or less a python
> fact of life, not just a scipy thing.

I agree. I usually find very handy to look at the documentation using
pydoc. It creates html pages from the docstring on-fly (when queried),
its really amazing.

Here you can find a quick explanation how to use it:

http://pyplotsuite.sourceforge.net/NumericalPythonHowto.html


Regards,

    ~ Antonio


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