lebigot commented on issue numpy/numpy#5778
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I would conclude from this discussion that the behavior of numpy.phase() for 0 should simply be documented (in the same way as cmath.angle()'s beha…

lebigot commented on issue numpy/numpy#5778
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@mhvk The polar/cartesian transformation is a good argument for keeping phase(0) at 0 (or pi/-pi), even though it is mathematically incorrect. In f…

lebigot opened issue numpy/numpy#5778
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The phase of 0 is not defined, mathematically, but numpy.angle(0) works
lebigot commented on issue numpy/numpy#3621
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Side note: an argument against calling such a function phase is that cmath.phase() does something different (it essentially returns the same thing as

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intersphinx mapping to uncertainties doesn't work
lebigot commented on issue lebigot/uncertainties#28
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While autodocs is an interesting option, I am closing this issue. In fact, I prefer giving users the current, manually curated online documentation…

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    Emphasis added on key terms.
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    Fixed spurious comma. Better program overview.
lebigot commented on issue herzbube/littlego#270
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Good luck with everything. Your program is the only free 19x19 go program for iPad, as far as I can see, and its strength is not bad at all, so tha…

lebigot commented on issue herzbube/littlego#270
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I do know that SmartGo Kifu does not play against remote opponents in any way. I also know that Fuego is stronger (according to SmartGo Kifu's auth…

lebigot commented on issue hgrecco/pint#259
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This makes sense. The wrapping of the math module would work too, with Pint calling umath when needed, right? Now, I'm not saying that this should …

lebigot commented on issue hgrecco/pint#260
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So, Pint interacts in a more natural way with NumPy. Can you tell me the principle behind your handling of NumPy? I never found anything in NumPy's…

lebigot opened issue hgrecco/pint#260
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Incorrect units in result
lebigot opened issue hgrecco/pint#259
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Support for the math module
lebigot commented on issue hgrecco/pint#257
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@hgrecco Exactly my suggestion: in fact, this feature is needed by some people, and they don't use Pint because they don't think they can handle un…

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Documentation: give information about Little Go's strength
lebigot opened issue hgrecco/pint#257
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Documentation does not mention uncertainties support
lebigot opened pull request matplotlib/matplotlib#4226
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Refactoring: fewer variables, slightly faster code
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    Refactoring: fewer variables, slightly faster code
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OK, then. :) We do have a different feeling about readability, though: fewer variables make the code easier to fit in one's head, as a general prin…

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Why create an intermediate variable allLabels for something which is used once, and more importantly, why call get_figlabels() when it can be unnec…

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Cannot parse def f((x, y))?
lebigot commented on issue herzbube/littlego#267
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Great! Good luck with everything. I am looking forward to the next version. :)

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Feature request: add user notes to each move
lebigot commented on issue lebigot/uncertainties#32
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No problem. :) I am glad that you find the uncertainties package useful.

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`nominal_value(x)` on array
lebigot commented on issue lebigot/uncertainties#32
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Your np.array(x) is correct: >>> numpy.array(x) array([0.0+/-1.0, 1.0+/-1.0], dtype=object) In order to get the nominal values of an array, you ne…

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  • @lebigot 1eb6ba5
    Documentation now consistent with current behavior