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Everything you always wanted to have in Python.*

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FlyingCircus - Everything you always wanted to have in Python.*

(*But were afraid to write)

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Overview

This software provides a library of miscellaneous utilities / recipes for generic computations with Python and NumPy. It is relatively easy to extend and users are encouraged to tweak with it.

Most of the code is used in a number of projects where it is tested against real-life scenarios.

As a result of the code maturity, some of the library components may undergo (eventually heavy) refactoring. While this is not expected, this will be documented. Please file a bug report if you detect an undocumented refactoring.

Releases information are available through NEWS.rst.

For a more comprehensive list of changes see CHANGELOG.rst (automatically generated from the version control system).

Features

The package contain two main sub-packages:

  • base
  • extra

The package base contains a number of generic functions like

  • multi_replace(): performs multiple replacements in a string.
  • flatten(): recursively flattens nested iterables, e.g. list of list of tuples to flat list).
  • uniques(): extract unique items from an iterable while keeping the order of appearance.

etc.

The package extra (which requires both numpy and scipy) contains a number of numerical functions, typically working on or generating numpy.ndarray inputs, like:

  • sgngeomspace(): generates geometrically / logarithmically spaced samples between signed start and stop endpoints.
  • unsqueeze(): add singletons to the shape of an array to broadcast-match a given shape.
  • subst(): conveniently substitute all occurrences of a value in an array.

etc.

Additional packages may be added in the future.

Installation

The recommended way of installing the software is through PyPI:

$ pip install flyingcircus

Alternatively, you can clone the source repository from Bitbucket:

$ git clone git@bitbucket.org:norok2/flyingcircus.git
$ cd flyingcircus
$ pip install -e .

For more details see also INSTALL.rst.

License

This work is licensed through the terms and conditions of the GPLv3+ See the accompanying LICENSE.rst for more details.

Acknowledgements

For a complete list of authors please see AUTHORS.rst.

People who have influenced this work are acknowledged in THANKS.rst.

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