[SciPy-user] read/write compressed files
Thu Jun 21 05:30:02 CDT 2007
El dc 20 de 06 del 2007 a les 21:01 +0200, en/na Dominik Szczerba va
> PyTables is great (and big) while I just need to read in a sequence of
Ok, that's fine. In any case, I'm interested in knowing the reasons on
why you are using bzip2 instead zlib. Have you detected some data
pattern where you get significantly more compression than by using zlib
I'm asking this because, in my experience with numerical data, I was
unable to detect important compression level differences between bzip2
and zlib. See:
for some experiments in that regard.
I'd appreciate any input on this subject (bzip2 vs zlib).
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