Distributed NumPy-like arrays, ufuncs, and more. Think globally, act locally.
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DistArray

Think globally, act locally.

DistArray provides general multidimensional NumPy-like distributed arrays to Python. It intends to bring the strengths of NumPy to data-parallel high-performance computing. DistArray has a similar API to NumPy.

DistArray is ready for real-world testing and deployment; however, the project is still evolving rapidly, and we appreciate continued input from the scientific-Python community.

DistArray is for users who

  • know and love Python and NumPy,
  • want to scale NumPy to larger distributed datasets,
  • want to interactively play with distributed data but also
  • want to run batch-oriented distributed programs;
  • want an easier way to drive and coordinate existing MPI-based codes,
  • have a lot of data that may already be distributed,
  • want a global view ("think globally") with local control ("act locally"),
  • need to tap into existing parallel libraries like Trilinos, PETSc, or Elemental,
  • want the interactivity of IPython and the performance of MPI.

DistArray is designed to work with other packages that implement the Distributed Array Protocol.

Please see our documentation at readthedocs (or in the docs directory) for more, or ask us questions on our mailing list. Pull requests gladly accepted.