[SciPy-user] Arrayfns in numpy?
Tue Mar 6 10:25:13 CST 2007
I'm missing arrayfns.interp. It would be a shame to have to depend on either
Numeric or Scipy for such a trivial but useful function. I'll see about
implementing something like it myself. I have the module source code, but
installing C modules in python is a little beyond what I know how to do with
Thanks for the UserArray info.
On 3/6/07, Travis Oliphant <email@example.com> wrote:
> Stephen Kelly wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Thanks for the reply.
> > I don't want to depend on scipy for a small task like this. I want to
> > keep dependencies small.
> > I looked at the searchsorted function, but don't see how it would be
> > useful. My data is not regularly spaced. It is X-ray diffraction data
> > in which each intensity has been shifted slightly. I am currently
> > using arrayfns from Numeric to get data with regular spacing. Could
> > you give more information on how to interpolate the data? I don't know
> > where to start.
> > As an aside, here's some things in Numeric that aren't in numpy. Is
> > this oversight, or are there no plans to implement them?
> > 1. arrayfns module
> > 2. UserArray module with UserArray class (comparible to UserDict,
> > UserList).
> The UserArray module is there (it is imported when you import numpy as
> The UserArray class is called numpy.lib.user_array.container
> The arrayfns module was not an oversight. Some of the arrayfns module
> has been implemented except for functions that belong in SciPy.
> The trend has been to move more things out of NumPy and make SciPy more
> modular so that pieces can be installed separately.
> There will always be people who want something moved into NumPy. It is
> hard to know where to stop.
> Which function in arrayfns are you missing?
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