[SciPy-user] Is there a collection of useful functions/modules?
Fri Aug 1 08:23:41 CDT 2008
There is a scipy cookbook at http://www.scipy.org/Cookbook
It's a great place to put those kinds of functions, but also to write your
thoughts on scipy. Having a newcomers perspective is always useful for other
folks starting with python.
On Wed, Jul 30, 2008 at 10:42 AM, Joshua <email@example.com> wrote:
> I'm very new to Python, as in only a week of programming, and was
> wondering if there is a page with a collection of highly useful
> functions/modules that are not necessarily maintained on a
> release-to-release basis for things like performing FFT's on data in a file.
> I wrote a function to do this using Numpy, and put in options to normalize
> the FFT for me, and take the absolute value. There are many other options I
> should add, but before I add complexity, I wouldn't mind having my code
> scrutinized, and made available for others to use and optimize. That way
> students and researchers don't have to reinvent the wheel, unless they want
> to or are using some odd formatting scheme. Just have the amplitude data in
> the list column wise.
> exempli gratia:
> ... et cetera.
> This code makes no particular frequency sampling assumptions (other than
> the sampling was done correctly), and only deals with simple FFT processing.
> I've attached the code and welcome scrutiny.
> There are few things that I know I should to add/restructure to my code:
> better error handling, printing out the phase, multi-dimensional analysis,
> and |Magnitude| in 20dB.
> Thanks for your help
> SciPy-user mailing list
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