Vector Kit seeks to make vector arithmetic simple for everyone. It may serve as a utility in a large ecosystem of scientific libraries or, more simply, as a toy to be played with to understand Vector math.

# VECTOR KIT

Vector Kit seeks to make vector arithmetic simple for everyone. It may serve as a utility in a large ecosystem of scientific libraries or, more simply, as a toy to be played with to understand Vector math. This is a work in progress, and may not yet be ready for large data munging.

# INSTALLATION

``````\$ sudo pip install vectorkit

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# RUN INTERACTIVE SHELL

``````\$ vectorkit

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VECTORKIT :: v0.1.6
Interactive Shell

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``````

# IMPORTING

``````import vectorkit
``````

OR,

``````from vectorkit import Vector, isovector, randvec
``````

# OVERVIEW

## Properties

`components` - a list of the components of a vector

`dimensions` - the dimension of the vector, or count of its components

`min` - the minimum component

`max` - the maximum component

`sum` - the sum of the components of a vector

`memsize` - the size of a vector in memory

## Methods

`add` - Adds two vectors

`append` - Appends new components to a vector

`concat` - Merges two vectors into a single vector

`corr` - Returns the correlation of two vectors

`cov` - Returns the covariance between two vectors

`crossmul` - Returs the cross product of two 3-dimensional vectors

`describe` - Returns a description of a vector, including its dimensions and memory size

`distance` - Returns the euclidean distance between two vectors

`dotmul` - Returns the dot product between two vectors

`insert` - Inserts a new component at a specified index

`magnitude` - Returns the magnitude of a vector

`mean` - Returns the mean of the components of a vector

`minmax` - Returns a variant of a vector which has been normalized using standard min-max feature scaling

`minmaxmean` - Returns a variant of a vector which has been normalized using standard mean and min-max feature scaling

`mse` - Returns the mean square error of two vectors

`normalize` - Returns a variant of a vector which has been normalized using the z-score or standard deviation

`pad` - Appends zeroes to vectors to a specified length, in-place

`padded` - Returns a new vector with zero appended to it to a specified length,

`pop` - Removes a component at a specified location

`relu` - Passes a vector through a Rectified Linear Unit function and returns a new vector

`reverse` - Reverses the direction of a vector in-place

`reversed` - Returns a variant of a vector with reversed direction

`sdiv` - Returns a new vector, which is the quotient from a scalar division of a vector

`shuffle` - Shuffles vector components in place

`shuffled` - Returns a new vector with shuffled version of a vector's components

`sigmoid` - Passes a vector through a logistic sigmoid function and returns a new vector

`smul` - Returns a new vector, which is the product from a scalar multiplication of a vector

`softmax` - Passes a vector through a softmax function and returns a new vector

`std` - Returns the standard deviation of the components of a vector

`stdnorm` - Returns a variant of a vector which has been normalized using the z-score or standard deviation

`subtract` - Returns a new vector, which is the result of the subtraction of one vector from another

`subvec` - Returns a new vector which is a slice from the original vector

`tanh` - Passes a vector through a TanH function and returns a new vector

`to_list` - Returns a list of the components of a vector

`to_tuple` - Returns a tuple of the components of a vector

`unitvec` - Returns a new vector which has been scaled to unit length

`vector_eq` - Returns the vector equation of a line between two vectors

## Other

`isovector` - Returns a vector of a specified length containing the same component throughout

`randvec` - Generates a vector of specified length having random components

# REGULAR USAGE

Read full detailed usage guidelines here

## Project details

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