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Fast implementation of numerical functions using Numba

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Optimized numerical computation using Continuum’s Numba. Intended as a drop-in replacement for numerical functions in numpy, scipy, or builtins. Provides strong performance boosts.

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Inputs use numpy arrays, not lists. Rough/early release - Open to suggestions and bug reports.

Included functions

  • sum: Similar to builtin sum, or numpy.sum

  • mean: Similar to numpy.mean

  • var: Variance test, similar to numpy.var

  • cov: Covariance estimation, similar to numpy.cov

  • std: Standard deviation, similar to numpy.std

  • corr: Pearson correlation test, similar to scipy.stats.pearsonr

  • bisect: Similar to standard library bisect.bisect

  • bisect_left: Similar to standard library builtin.bisect_left

  • interp: Linear interpoliation, similar to numpy.interp. x is an array.

  • interp_one: Linear interpolation, similar to numpy.interp. x is a single value.

  • detrend: Similar to scipy.signal.detrend. Linear or constant trend.

  • ols: Simple Ordinary Least Squares regression for two data sets.

  • ols_single: Simple Ordinary Least Squares regression for one data set.

  • lin_resids: Residuals calculation from a linear regression with two data sets

  • lin_resids_single: Residuals calculation from a linear regression with one data set.

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