[SciPy-user] how to build in fftw3 support?

Lin Shao shao@msg.ucsf....
Fri May 23 15:50:11 CDT 2008


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> Note that rfftn() is N-dimensional. scipy.fftpack.rfft() does exist.

Sure, I did notice that, but for 1-d FFT who cares that much about
which package to use.

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>> If some backends indeed don't support it, I think it's fair
>> to not consider it as a backend candidate for scipy.fftpack.
>>
>> So far there're only us outsiders guessing what's going on; it'd be
>> nice if the insiders can speak out.
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> Neither David nor I are outsiders by any stretch of the imagination.
> However, we were not the ones who did the implementation of
> scipy.fftpack years ago.

I'm sorry, but I meant "outsiders to fftpack", not to scipy in general.

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> In any case, if you want it, go ahead and implement it.
>
I should.


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