Oct
20
answered Is there a performance gain of dblquad over twice quad?
Oct
16
awarded Notable Question
Oct
14
revised Supply different arguments for scipy.minimize in each iteration
added 140 characters in body
Oct
14
answered Supply different arguments for scipy.minimize in each iteration
Sep
4
awarded Notable Question
Aug
5
awarded Nice Question
Jul
23
awarded Yearling
Jul
23
awarded Yearling
Jul
9
comment Did redhat 6.5 recently break scipy?
While I cannot comment on what's going on with Redhat 6.5, I notice that your fix in polyint is actually in scipy since at least 2010: github.com/scipy/scipy/blob/maintenance/0.8.x/scipy/interpolate/…
Jul
2
awarded Curious
Jul
1
comment Scipy autotest finished with one error
This seems to have been fixed a couple of weeks ago: github.com/scipy/scipy/pull/3673. Try using the development branch and see if the problems goes away (and if it does not, file a bug).
Jun
26
answered Fit points to a Lorentzian curve and find center and half maximum bandwidth in Python
Jun
5
comment Error message received when running "from scipy import interpolate"
depending on how you installed numpy/scipy you'll likely need to reinstall/recompile either or both.
Jun
2
comment Is there a way to pickle a scipy.interpolate.Rbf() object?
Here's a relevant bug report with some suggestions on how to fix it. github.com/scipy/scipy/issues/2303.
May
12
answered Numpy: operands could not be broadcast together with shapes
May
9
comment Gnuplot command to matplotlib
nitpick: please don't from pylab import *. In this snipped you only use genfromtxt, which comes from numpy.
Apr
29
answered wrong to calculate the gaussian distribution in python
Apr
29
comment wrong to calculate the gaussian distribution in python
Does your online calculator calculate pdf or cdf?
Apr
29
revised Prebuilt numpy with BLAS/ATLAS?
typo: GHolke --> Gohlke
Apr
29
comment Execute vectorized function on multiple cores
(+1 for what's in the answer.) If numexpr can handle the function f(x, y), that can be the easiest way of using several cores.
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