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Pandas/numpy C++ interface #5

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glyg opened this Issue Jun 22, 2015 · 4 comments

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glyg commented Jun 22, 2015

First of all pandas is pure python, so I imagine it's just something like boost::python::object matter to retrieve column names, and them resorting to numpy for managing the data itself

We have two solutions here:

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hadim commented Jul 10, 2015

About Boost.Numpy, two things you should want to do:

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glyg commented Jul 10, 2015

Thanks. I'll do this when I'm back from the weekend.

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About Boost.Numpy, two things you should want to do:


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glyg commented Jul 17, 2015

Ok, one more solution:
http://docs.cython.org/src/userguide/wrapping_CPlusPlus.html

Maybe cython makes sense, asked about that on the scipy mailing list (I'll repost on cython-user if I don't have answers there).

As even a simple test fails with Boost.Numpy for now, maybe it's worth giving it a try. I know there are SWIG bindings for parts of CGAL, but I really don't like SWIG.

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glyg commented Oct 25, 2016

Eventually, I'm not sure I'll need CGAL anytime soon. When I need it, I'll most certainly use cython

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