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Julia-inspired function planners around pyfftw

Project description

planfftw

planfftw provides Julia-inspired function planners for fft and a number of fft- based operations. The initial objective was to provide a clean and highly optimized interface to the excellent PyFFTW package. However, PyFFTW is not a strict requirement and planfftw falls back on scipy.fftpack or numpy.fft, should it not be available.

Issues, requests and questions can be raised at the Github issues-page.

The documentation, albeit somewhat crude, is available on Read the Docs.

Requirements

Python 3.5 or higher numpy 1.16.1 or higher

Earlier versions may very well work but are not tested.

Highly recommended

PyFFTW

Installation

Install with::

pip install planfftw

or::

easy_install planfftw

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