[SciPy-User] splmake gone from documentation
Tue Mar 2 14:42:20 CST 2010
On Tue, Mar 2, 2010 at 11:45 AM, Jason Grout <firstname.lastname@example.org>wrote:
> I'm teaching a numerical analysis class and we are talking about
> different kinds of splines. I notice in some old scipy documentation
> that splmake is a nice function for making different kinds of splines
> (i.e., clamped, free, not_a_knot, etc.). However, I can't find splmake
> in the reference documentation at http://docs.scipy.org/doc/ in either
> the 0.7 or 0.8dev docs. I see splmake in my 0.7.0 installation, though
> (in the interpolate/interpolate.py file).
It also appears in the scipy doc editor:
though with a pretty deficient docstring (perhaps you'd be willing to fix
I confirmed that it doesn't appear online at:
but I can't say why; perhaps because it's "buried" in module
interpolate.interpolate? (The latter also being absent from the above
online reference page.)
> Is the function splmake deprecated? I also notice that it is called (in
> the code) in the interp1d class init function,
This suggests to me that the sub-package designer(s) considered splmake to
be a "pseudo-private" method, primarily to be used internally within the
sub-package and too low level for general use, but that would certainly beg
your next question.
> but it's impossible to
> specify the type (e.g., a clamped spline). Is there a reason why the
> kind argument is not passed to splmake?
Definitely someone else will have to answer that, sorry. :-( (Not that my
answers above are all that useful...)
> Jason Grout
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