I was lookogn for u numerical extension to python and was therefore glad
that i ran into numpy.
I did all the calculations on mataln and I want to migrate to python.
Numpy and numarray pretend to have the basic functionality of matlab and
therefore i expected als a function that is able to compute gradients of
high-order arrays which is a basic matlab thing. I could not find
something like that. I found something in SciPy but I think that this
one cannot compute high-order arrays.
I'm thinkin of something as in matlab e.g. say that T=f(x,y,z,p)
[gx,gy] = gradientT;
Is something like that possible?
Thanks in advance