[SciPy-user] Finding lots of roots (probably with brentq)
Mon Mar 26 20:13:35 CDT 2007
I have a single equation whose roots I would like to find with many
sets of arguments. I can do this by iterating over the sets of arguments, but
that doesn't feel very elegant. I'd rather send the arrays or a matrix of
arguments to brentq once. To be concrete, consider this code:
from scipy.optimize import brentq
from numpy import ones
for thisArg in xrange(1000):
I wonder if this might be faster (and prettier) if I could call brentq once with
a whole set of arguments as in
brentq(tominimize,0,100,[thisArg for thisArg in xrange(1000))
I haven't figured out how to do this without getting type errors.
Thanks for any help!
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