belred at gmail.com
Tue Jun 13 16:49:54 CEST 2006
Ben Sizer wrote:
> Bryan wrote:
>> at the end of that page, it says:
>> "Numarray is another implementation of an arrayobject for Python written after
>> Numeric and before NumPy. Sponsors of numarray have indicated they will be
>> moving to NumPy as soon as is feasible for them so that eventually numarray will
>> be phased out."
>> on the python wiki
>> "NumArray is the current reimplementation of NumPy."
>> so, was Numarray written *before* NumPY, or was it a reimplementation of NumPy
>> which implies it came *after* NumPy? it seems clear that Numeric is the old one
>> and i read is not being worked on anymore. so that leaves Numarray and numpy.
>> which of these two should i use?
> NumPy is the name of both an old package and a new package. I believe
> that NumArray came after the first incarnation, but that the new
> incarnation of NumPy is the most recent, and is probably the one you
i'll use NumPy then. just wish it was clear and obvious which one to use so i
wouldn't have had to ask this question here.
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