[Matrix-SIG] Numerical Python document
Paul F. Dubois
Tue, 23 Mar 1999 15:51:41 -0800
The first draft of the Numerical Python document is now available. You can
get it at http://xfiles.llnl.gov. Follow the link to the Python
documentation and get the PDF file and the accompanying NumTut tutorial file
by clicking on the links. I thought it was better to get it out with a few
imperfections than to sit on it.
Later this week I hope to get these files moved over to the X-Division ftp
site, ftp-icf.llnl.gov, where the sources and Windows installer for NumPy
reside. However, this FTP site was recently moved to a new computer and I
have not yet received the instructions from X-Division as to how to get my
files onto it, so I was unable to do that yet. Since xfiles is not a
high-capacity server, please be patient; this early announcement is being
set to the matrix-sig only and I would think things will behave better if
nobody makes a general announcement until I get things moved to the better
Thanks and kudos to David Ascher, who wrote the document, Travis Oliphant
and Konrad Hinsen, who contributed, and Jim Hugunin, who wrote most of the
code and original documentation.
You can send corrections to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.