[Numpy-discussion] 'nansqrt' function?
maurobio at gmail.com
Wed Feb 13 19:21:27 EST 2019
Thanks! I didn't heard of this package and will look into it.
Em Qua, 13 de fev de 2019 22:10, Robert McLeod <robbmcleod at gmail.com
> The `bottleneck` library is a very good package if there's some function
> in NumPy that you want to handle `nan`s in reductions without exploding.
> On Wed, Feb 13, 2019 at 12:35 PM Mauro Cavalcanti <maurobio at gmail.com>
>> Dear ALL,
>> In the process of porting an existing (but abandoned) package to the
>> latest version of Numpy, I stumbled upon a call to a 'numpy.nansqrt'
>> function, which seems not to exist.
>> Here is the specific code:
>> def normTrans(y):
>> denom = np.nansqrt(np.nansum(y**2))
>> return y/denom
>> As far as I could find, there is no such 'nansqrt' function in the
>> current version of Numpy, so I suspect that the above code has not been
>> properly tested.
>> Am I right, or that function had existed in some past version of Numpy?
>> Thanks in advance for any comments or suggestions.
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