[Numpy-discussion] numpy.mean problems
eraldo.pomponi at gmail.com
Tue Dec 13 15:23:18 EST 2011
Pandas has a nice interface to PyTable if you still need it:
However, my intention was just to point you to pandas because it
is really a powerful tool if you need to deal with tabular heterogenic
data. It is also important to notice that there are plans in the numpy
community to include/port "part" of this package directly in the codebase.
This says a lot about how good it is...
On Tue, Dec 13, 2011 at 9:01 PM, ferreirafm <ferreirafm at lim12.fm.usp.br>wrote:
> Hi Eraldo,
> Thanks for your suggestion. I was using pytables but give up after known
> that some very useful capabilities are sold as a professional package.
> However, it still useful to many printing and data manipulation and, also,
> it can handle extremely large datasets (which is not my case.).
> Eraldo Pomponi wrote:
> > I would suggest you to have a look at pandas
> > (http://pandas.sourceforge.net/)
> > . It was
> > really helpful for me. It seems well suited for the type of data that you
> > are working
> > with. It has nice "brodcasting" capabilities to apply numpy functions to
> > set column.
> > http://pandas.sourceforge.net/basics.html#descriptive-statistics
> > http://pandas.sourceforge.net/basics.html#function-application
> > Cheers,
> > Eraldo
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