[Numpy-discussion] [SPAM]Re: introducing Numpy.net, a pure C# implementation of Numpy
chris.barker at noaa.gov
Wed Mar 27 13:29:22 EDT 2019
On Mon, Mar 18, 2019 at 1:19 PM Paul Hobson <pmhobson at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I'm a civil engineer who adopted Python early in his career and became
> the "data guy" in the office pretty early on. Our company's IT department
> manages lots of Windows Servers running SQL Server. In my case, running
> python apps on our infrastructure just isn't feasible or supported by the
> IT department.
Just curious -- does it have to be C#? or could it be any CLR application
-- i.e. IronPython?
I imagine you could build a web service pretty easily in IronPython --
though AFAIK, the attempts at getting numpy support (and thus Pandas, etc)
never panned out.
The point of all of this is that in those situations, have a numpy-like
> library would be very nice indeed. I've very excited to hear that the OP's
> work has been open sourced.
I wonder if the OP's work could be used to make a numpy for Iron Python
native to the CLR ....
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