[Numpy-discussion] Hello and my first patch

Greg Willden gregwillden at gmail.com
Thu Oct 5 14:56:38 CDT 2006

On 10/5/06, Robert Kern <robert.kern at gmail.com> wrote:
> Greg Willden wrote:
> >  From my view as a newbie to numpy/scipy/matplotlib it isn't clear where
> > I should look for what functionality.  Matplotlib plots the spectrogram
> > but it only supports two or three window functions.  Numpy supports 4 or
> > 5 window functions and Scipy apparently supports more but Matplotlib
> > doesn't support Scipy.
> That's not true. specgram() takes a windowing function. It doesn't matter
> where
> that function comes from.

The next sentence (that you snipped) afirms what you said.
Of course this is a minor example and I could just write the window function
myself and then use it in Matplotlib

The details of my off-the-cuff example would probably be better addressed by
the Matplotlib folks.  (i.e. why they don't have builtin functions for more

You can see how it's all very confusing to someone new.
"Matplotlib can plot a spectrogram but I need to use a window function from
SciPy because Matplotlib only supports NumPy and NumPy doesn't have the one
I want?"

You get the idea.
Linux.  Because rebooting is for adding hardware.
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