[Numpy-discussion] RFC: is it worth giving a lightning talk at PyCon 2014 on numpy vbench-marking?
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Tue Oct 15 12:13:24 EDT 2013
PyCon 2014 will be just around the corner from where I am, so I decided
to attend. Being lazy (or busy) I haven't submitted any big talk but thinking
to submit few lightning talks (just 5 min and 400 characters abstract limit),
and I think it might be worth letting people know about my little project. I
would really appreciate your sincere feedback (e.g. "not worth it" would be
valuable too). Here is the title/abstract
numpy-vbench -- speed benchmarks for NumPy
http://yarikoptic.github.io/numpy-vbench provides collection of speed
performance benchmarks for NumPy. Benchmarking of multiple
maintenance and current development branches allows not only to timely
react to new performance regressions, but also to compare NumPy
performance across releases. Your contributions would help to
guarantee that your code does not become slower with a new NumPy
btw -- fresh results are here http://yarikoptic.github.io/numpy-vbench/ .
I have tuned benchmarking so it now reflects the best performance across
multiple executions of the whole battery, thus eliminating spurious
variance if estimate is provided from a single point in time. Eventually I
expect many of those curves to become even "cleaner".
Yaroslav O. Halchenko, Ph.D.
http://neuro.debian.net http://www.pymvpa.org http://www.fail2ban.org
Senior Research Associate, Psychological and Brain Sciences Dept.
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