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Python library for rounding numbers (with expected results)

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This is the sigfig Python package used for rounding numbers (with expected results).

>>> round(0.25, 1)
0.2
>>> from sigfig import round
>>> round(0.25, decimals=1)
0.3
>>> round(3.14159, sigfigs=2)
3.1
>>> round(3.14159, uncertainty=0.003639)
'3.142 ± 0.004'
>>> round('3.141592653589793', '0.00000002567', format='Drake')
'3.141 592 654(26)'

Key Features:

  • round numbers by significant figures/digits
  • round numbers by decimal places
  • round numbers by uncertainty/error
  • format numbers in a variety of common styles & notations
  • read in numbers of any type

In-depth documentation can be found here:

Useful links:

Please direct any comments/suggestions/feedback/bugs to mike.busuttil@gmail.com and valdezt@gmail.com

Thanks for downloading :)

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