The scipy package has several implementations of "distances". all of them are useful in one way to another
to make these comparisons. 

Another package (related only for this topic) is

I hope my contribution is not buried under a lot of "off-topics"

El dom., 15 sept. 2019 a las 23:13, Stephen Satchell (<>) escribió:
On 9/15/19 5:47 PM, Ashley Whetter wrote:
> No matter what's being said, it can always be worded respectfully. If someone
> came and asked this question in person, would you sarcastically tell them to try
> googling it? Probably not. I think we're all friendlier than that.

I don't know about others, but when I run into the same situation,
instead of saying "just Google it" I provide a few links to get the
asker a start.  Been doing that, in one form or another, in one medium
or another, for my entire 46-year career.

Back in the beginning, before the Internet, before ARPAnet, I would
provide a few references for the person on a quest to look up in the
library.  Working on the theory that "give a person a fish, they eat for
a day; teach them to fish and they eat forever."

If someone can't play nice, they should not play at all.  We are all in
this together, from retiree to greenhorn.
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