switching to numpy and failing, a user story

sturlamolden sturlamolden at yahoo.no
Wed Oct 4 11:23:40 CEST 2006


Travis E. Oliphant wrote:

> Definitely not true.  People in Singapore, Japan, Ghana, South Africa,
> France, Germany, New Zealand, Australia, and many other countries are
> using NumPy successfully.  Gratefully, a few have contributed by buying
> the book, but a lot more have downloaded and are successfully using it.

>From the PayPal site for purchasing your book: "Select Payment Type:
Don't have a PayPal account? You don't need an account. Pay securely
using your credit card." I bought the book from Norway using my credit
card, and received the pdf file soon afterwards. Obviously the book can
be bought without a PayPal account or a us billing address.

NumPy is the most versatile array type I have worked with, including
those of Matlab and Fortran 95. In particular, the explosive memory use
of Matlab is avoided. Keep up the good work!




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