Fast NumPy array functions written in Cython
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.travis.yml Use nosetests to run the tests. Sep 26, 2014
LICENSE Replaced all bottleneck occurences with bottlechest. Sep 12, 2014
Makefile Added int and float types to existing int8, int16, ... Sep 26, 2014
RELEASE.rst ENH all tests now pass with numpy 1.8.0rc1 Sep 26, 2014
build-bottlechest.txt Add Travis configuration. Sep 26, 2014 Replaced all bottleneck occurences with bottlechest. Sep 12, 2014




Bottlechest is a fork of bottleneck (, specialized for use in Orange (

Moving window functions, several other functions and all optimization of 3d arrays are removed to reduce the size of the library. New functions are added as needed.

NumPy/SciPy median, nanmedian, rankdata, ss, nansum, nanmin, nanmax, nanmean, nanstd, nanargmin, nanargmax
Functions nanrankdata, nanvar, replace, nn, anynan, allnan, nanequal

For other documentation, including a simple example and comprehensive set of benchmarks, refer to the original project.


Bottlechest is distributed under a Simplified BSD license. Parts of Bottleneck, NumPy, Scipy, numpydoc and bottleneck, all of which have BSD licenses, are included in Bottlechest. See the LICENSE file, which is distributed with Bottlechest, for details.



Bottlechest Python 2.6, 2.7, 3.2; NumPy 1.8
Unit tests nose
Compile gcc or MinGW
Optional SciPy 0.8, 0.9, 0.10 (portions of benchmark)