[SciPy-User] Calling LAPACK function dbdsqr()?
Fri Dec 14 09:42:44 CST 2012
If you are building SciPy from source, just add the interface to
scipy/linalg/flapack.pyf.src and scipy.linalg.lapack.get_lapack_funcs
will get it for you. I would be nice if SciPy exposed all of LAPACK,
even the parts it doesn't use, but currently it don't.
If you're not building SciPy from source, yopu can e.g. write a .pyf
file for dbdsqr and use f2py and and link with your LAPACK library. If
you prefer to avoid Fortran, but already have a LAPACK library, you can
also use LAPACKE with Cython (or ctypes).
On 14.12.2012 15:34, Philip Semanchuk wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm porting some Fortran code that makes use of a number of BLAS and LAPACK functions, including dbdsqr(). I've found all of the functions I need via scipy.linalg.lapack.get_lapack_funcs/get_blas_funcs() except for dbdsqr().
> I see that the numpy source code (I looked at numpy-1.6.0b2) contains dbdsqr() in numpy/linalg/dlapack_lite.c, but grep can't find that string in the binary distribution on my Mac nor on Linux. If it's buried in a numpy binary somewhere, I'm comfortable with using ctypes to call it, but I suspect it isn't.
> Can anyone point me to a cross-platform (OS X, Linux& Windows) way I can call this function without compiling code myself?
> I'm unfortunately quite naïve about the math in the code I'm porting, so I'm porting the code blindly -- if you ask me what problem I'm trying to solve with dbdsqr(), I won't be able to explain.
> Thanks in advance for any suggestions,
> PS - Please pardon if you already saw this question on the numpy list.
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