[Numpy-discussion] argument handling by uniform

Sebastian Berg sebastian at sipsolutions.net
Fri Mar 13 12:01:15 EDT 2015

On Fr, 2015-03-13 at 11:57 -0400, Alan G Isaac wrote:
> Today I accidentally wrote `uni = np.random.uniform((-0.5,0.5),201)`,
> supply a tuple instead of separate low and high values.  This gave
> me two draws (from [0..201] I think).  My question: how were the
> arguments interpreted?

I think all of random broadcasts all of these arguments. So if you give
two bounds, then you get one of each, could even do a grid of parameter

- Sebastian

> Thanks,
> Alan Isaac
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