[SciPy-dev] Pade approximants
nwagner at mecha.uni-stuttgart.de
Wed Feb 23 13:31:39 CST 2005
On Wed, 23 Feb 2005 10:54:41 -0800
Robert Kern <rkern at ucsd.edu> wrote:
> Nils Wagner wrote:
>> On Wed, 23 Feb 2005 09:43:03 -0800
>> Robert Kern <rkern at ucsd.edu> wrote:
>>> Nils Wagner wrote:
>>>> Hi all,
>>>> Has someone written a wrapper for the FORTRAN subroutine
>>>> which is available through
>>>> It would be nice to have a function called pade in scipy
>>>> Any comments or suggestions ?
>>> Anything wrong with the one that's already there?
>> Oops, I have ignored that.
> Apparently. Please try searching the code before posting
>in the future.
>> Anyway, it doesn't provide the user with a residual
>> as in the case of Numerical Recipes routine.
> See if you can add the functionality to the existing
>implementation. We will not include Numerical Recipes
>code into Scipy. It is not available under a suitable
>> What is the meaning of poly1d
> Read the code before asking here. We're more than happy
>to answer questions here *if* you've spent some time
>trying to answer them yourself. Otherwise, it's
Indeed and I agree with you.
On the other hand all these nasty
questions can be avoided by a c o m p l e t e SciPy
A search yields one result with respect to Pade page 39.
May be an "instructive" example can be added
from scipy import *
from scipy.xplt import *
cof = array(([1.0,1.0,1.0/2,1./6,1./24]))
p,q = pade(cof,2)
t = arange(0,2,0.1)
What is your opinion ?
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