[SciPy-user] Radial Basis Function Interpolation
lorenzo bolla
lbolla@gmail....
Fri Jun 27 09:54:13 CDT 2008
Using scipy.interpolate.Rbf, I found two bugs.
One is a typo in one of the possible values of the 'function' keyword:
'gausian' instead of 'gaussian'.
Another one is the lack of import of numpy.exp, required by 'gaussian'.
The following diff fixes these bugs.
=============================
$ diff rbf_orig.py rbf.py
45c45
< from numpy import sqrt, log, asarray, newaxis, all, dot, float64, eye
---
> from numpy import sqrt, exp, log, asarray, newaxis, all, dot, float64, eye
61c61
< elif self.function.lower() == 'gausian':
---
> elif self.function.lower() == 'gaussian':
87c87
< 'gausian': exp(-(self.epsilon*r)**2)
---
> 'gaussian': exp(-(self.epsilon*r)**2)
=============================
Lorenzo.
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