Talk at NYC Python Meetup Group
Talk at NYC Python Meetup Group
Talk at NYC Python Meetup Group
Talk at NYC Python Meetup Group
Talk at NYC Python Meetup Group
Talk at NYC Python Meetup Group
Talk at NYC Python Meetup Group
Talk at NYC Python Meetup Group
Talk at NYC Python Meetup Group
Talk at NYC Python Meetup Group
Talk at NYC Python Meetup Group
Talk at NYC Python Meetup Group
Talk at NYC Python Meetup Group
Talk at NYC Python Meetup Group
Talk at NYC Python Meetup Group
Talk at NYC Python Meetup Group
Talk at NYC Python Meetup Group
Talk at NYC Python Meetup Group
Talk at NYC Python Meetup Group
Talk at NYC Python Meetup Group
Talk at NYC Python Meetup Group
Talk at NYC Python Meetup Group
Talk at NYC Python Meetup Group
Talk at NYC Python Meetup Group
Talk at NYC Python Meetup Group
Talk at NYC Python Meetup Group
Talk at NYC Python Meetup Group
Talk at NYC Python Meetup Group
Talk at NYC Python Meetup Group
Talk at NYC Python Meetup Group
Talk at NYC Python Meetup Group
Talk at NYC Python Meetup Group
Talk at NYC Python Meetup Group
Talk at NYC Python Meetup Group
Talk at NYC Python Meetup Group
Talk at NYC Python Meetup Group
Talk at NYC Python Meetup Group
Talk at NYC Python Meetup Group
Talk at NYC Python Meetup Group
Talk at NYC Python Meetup Group
Talk at NYC Python Meetup Group
Talk at NYC Python Meetup Group
Talk at NYC Python Meetup Group
Talk at NYC Python Meetup Group
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This is a talk I gave at the NYC Python Meetup group in October of 2010. I summarized the "big-picture" of NumPy and provided a draft version of the "Zen of NumPy"

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    title = Brownian Motion
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    level = 2
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    1. More efficient because it doesn’t force array copies for every operation.
    2. It is often nice to rename the view of an array for manipulation. (A view of the odd and even arrays)
    Bad
    1. Can cause unexpected side-effects that are hard to track down.
    2. When you would rather have a copy, it requires some ugliness.


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