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Numpy, Scipy and friends

I’ve just added a CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 license to my (one year old) presentation about scipy and numpy and imported the code and the stuff on github, so it’s easier for people to download it (and hopefully the link will not go down, after I’ll leave the EBI)

I’ll put it also here, so you can have a look.

[slideshare id=2512270&doc=pylab-091116123248-phpapp02]

Interested in some random math stuff?

How an Hill equation looks like?
What is the behaviour of an alpha function?

well, I have scipy installed, I know the equation, I know how to create an array of points… Let’s crunch some numbers!

Hill’s equation:
hill1

n variation
hill2

K variation:
hill3

Alpha function:
alpha_function

If you interested in this and other amenities check the code in the scipy_ex folder on github.

The Hill equation is in the mathematical functions script..

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