[Numpy-discussion] packaging scipy (was Re: Simple financial functions for NumPy)
Joris De Ridder
Thu Apr 10 06:24:26 CDT 2008
On 10 Apr 2008, at 05:21, Travis E. Oliphant wrote:
> Right now it looks like there is a mix of attitudes, about the
> functions. They are a small enough addition, that I don't think it
> matters terribly much what we do with them. So, it seems to me that
> keeping them in numpy.lib and following the rule for that namespace
> 1.0.5 will be viewed as anywhere from tolerable to a good idea
> on your point of view.
Just to be sure, you are talking about functions to compute interest
rates, cumulative interests, asset depreciation, annuity periodic
payments, security yields, and stuff like this?
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