[Numpy-discussion] Was the range() function ever created?
ben.v.root at gmail.com
Fri May 24 23:08:54 EDT 2019
pandas is not built on numpy (at least, not anymore), but borrows a lot of
inspirations from numpy, and interacts with numpy fairly well. As part of
the scipy ecosystem, we all work together to improve interoperability and
python's built-in range() function has been there long before numpy came on
the scene, so it just made sense to adopt that name since it was the way to
generate numbers in python.
On Fri, May 24, 2019 at 10:44 PM C W <tmrsg11 at gmail.com> wrote:
> When I looked up pandas mailing list. Numpy showed up. Maybe is because
> Pandas is built on Numpy? My apologies.
> Yes, please do. For people with statistical background, but not CS. It
> seems strange the *real* range() function is used to generate natural
> Thanks, Ben!
> On Fri, May 24, 2019 at 10:34 PM Benjamin Root <ben.v.root at gmail.com>
>> This is the numpy discussion list, not the pandas discussion list. Now,
>> for numpy's part, I have had hankerings for a `np.minmax()` ufunc, but
>> never enough to get over just calling min and max on my data separately.
>> On Fri, May 24, 2019 at 10:27 PM C W <tmrsg11 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Hello all,
>>> I am want to calculate the range of a vector. I saw that someone asked
>>> for range() in 2011, but was it ever created?
>>> Response at the time was to use df.describe(). But df.describe() gives
>>> all the 5-number summary statistics, but I DON'T WANT wall the extra stuff
>>> I didn't ask for. I was expected a numerical number. I can use that to feed
>>> into another function.
>>> It exists in Matlab and R, why not in Python? I'm quite frustrated every
>>> time I need to calculate the range.
>>> Thanks in advance.
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