[SciPy-user] DASSL in SciPy
rng7 at cornell.edu
Wed Jul 27 07:11:35 CDT 2005
I'm somewhat of an f2py newbie, but I recently wrapped up one new
integrator. (LSODAR, and I'd love to see that work make it into the
I also have a half-completed wrapper of DASKR
(http://www.netlib.org/ode/), which is a successor to DASPK 2.0 that
adds root-finding. I ran into some mysterious problems, but haven't
spent too much effort on them yet. Zhiwen, I'll contact you off-list in
a day or so. Maybe we can work together to get it working well and
design a convenient interface.
In terms of getting things into SciPy, I'm not at all familiar with the
process, or what conventions exist. Is there a set of developer
documentation with guidelines, etc? Or will one of the devs hold my
hand when it comes to tweaking the wrapper for SciPy inclusion? :-)
On Jul 26, 2005, at 11:34 PM, Robert Kern wrote:
> Zhiwen Chong wrote:
>> Does anyone know if any work is being done to include dassl or daspk
>> into SciPy?
>> Or is F2PY the way to go?
> I don't think anyone is actively working on such. DASSL at least is
> part of ODEPACK which is partially wrapped for scipy.integrate. If you
> would like to take a crack at wrapping DASSL, we would welcome such a
> contribution. F2PY is by far the preferred method for new wrappers.
> DASPK 2.0 is public domain and suitable for inclusion in Scipy, but
> I don't believe anyone has wrapped it, yet. DASPK 3, however, is only
> available for research purposes, so is not suitable for Scipy.
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