[Numpy-discussion] Conservative order in .argsort
Fri Mar 9 04:16:23 CST 2007
Robert Kern <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Berthold Höllmann wrote:
>> My question is, is "kind='merge'" sorting garanteed to be conservative?
> Yes, such a sort is called "stable" (at least in US computer science) and is
> documented in the docstring.
I looked in the numpy book, but this information is missing
there. Thanks for your help.
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