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Disable qz sort keyword #303
See ticket 1717 (http://projects.scipy.org/scipy/ticket/1717) for details. Since I haven't been able to find the issue yet and can't spend more time on this, disabling the sort kw is the most reasonable option imho. This function is new in 0.11.0, so backwards compatibility is not an issue.
This PR also includes some docstring fixes and adds an example.
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Mmm not sure if this is the right place to ask but ... are the any news regarding this issue? One particular form of sorting () is required for a relatively common algorithm used in (macro)economics.
I'm currently writing some notebook examples to convince people that python is a viable alternative to matlab when doing macroeconomics, but this feature is somewhat critical. My workaround has been calling an R function that does this work, but rpy2 isn't the friendliest of packages to install on Windows, so it would be much, much nicer to have it all in python.
thanks in advance
(sadly , I have no experience in interfacing with LAPACK, or I would volunteer to work on this particular issue)
Ah. QZ ::ordqz just avoids using the selctg function. It does the reordering after using [zd]tgsen or [zd]trsen as appropriate.
I can try to look at this sometime this week.