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The goal of this project is to write a Python binding for the GNU Scientific Library (GSL) with a native C extension.
GSL provides both a C and a Python interface. You can use Python and GSL together, but one is not required to use the other.
Cython is a very handy programming tool for Python programming, which makes it easy to access C or C++ libraries and data structures.
gslpy features:
* No external dependencies.
* Very easy to use.
* Improved documentation.
* Wide compatibility with the NumPy interface.
* Supports very simple indexing and slicing.
* Tries to use numpy arrays if possible.
* A lot of speedup.
* Comprehensive test suite.
* Easy installation and use.
* Full unit testing.
* Run-time errors that are detected during compilation are reported.
Easy to install:
gslpy is available through PyPi, so you just need to run the following command in your terminal:
pip install gslpy
The easiest way to install GSL is to use the GCC toolchain provided by Fedora. We
recommend that you install the following packages to get a good base:
– pkgconfig
– libgsl
To get a Fedora package, search for “fedora” in the package manager.
To get a Fedora package for gslpy, search for “gslpy”.
Alternatively, you can build the GSL from source, but it’s beyond the scope of this tutorial. You can find the source code in the [GitHub repository]( of this tutorial.
Using gslpy
To use gslpy, you have to write your Python script like this:
import gslpy as gsl
import numpy as np
x = np.array([1,2,3,4,5])
y = np.array([1,2,3,4,5])
z = gsl.gsl_random_normal(x, y)
The resulting data set will look like this:
>>> print z

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* gsl_set_num_errors(void *level) – Set the error reporting threshold.
* gsl_set_num_warnings(void *level) – Set the warning reporting threshold.
* gsl_set_max_alloc_blocks(void *max_blocks) – Set the maximum number of
blocks to allocate for a function. This can be set to 0 to not
limit the number of blocks.
* gsl_set_max_alloc_bytes(void *max_bytes) – Set the maximum number of
bytes to allocate for a function. This can be set to 0 to not
limit the number of bytes.
* gsl_set_max_alloc_chunks(void *max_chunks) – Set the maximum number of
chunks to allocate for a function. This can be set to 0 to not
limit the number of chunks.
* gsl_set_max_alloc_elements(void *max_elements) – Set the maximum number of
elements to allocate for a function. This can be set to 0 to not
limit the number of elements.
* gsl_set_max_alloc_memory(void *max_memory) – Set the maximum amount of
memory to allocate for a function. This can be set to 0 to not
limit the amount of memory.
* gsl_set_max_alloc_nbytes(void *max_nbytes) – Set the maximum number of
bytes to allocate for a function. This can be set to 0 to not
limit the number of bytes.
* gsl_set_max_alloc_vector_elements(void *max_elements) – Set the maximum
number of elements to allocate for a function. This can be set to 0 to
not limit the number of elements.
* gsl_set_max_alloc_vectors(void *

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– Provides an API for all high-level functions of GNU Scientific Library (GSL), in particular for log, inverse, sin, and cos.
– provides an alternative to PyPy-Sage and other Python bindings.
– uses Cython to generate the glue code, to avoid overhead from Python (but Python’s code can be mixed in with the Cython code).
– can be extended with Python code (as long as it doesn’t do anything which is unsafe for Cython).
– compatibility with SciPy and SciPy-Cython.
– allows numerical computation to be optimized.
– allows to use NumPy as well as Cython.
– supports Windows/Cygwin.
– supports Mac OS X.
– high performance.
* Features:
– Consistent with GNU Scientific Library
– Supports Python 2.6, Python 3.2 and later, NumPy 1.9.1 and later (numpy.distutils.system is installed and PyPy was patched as a dependency).
– Cython is used for a common shared C part. Cython automatically generates the glue code.
– Cython language is compatible with Python (it can be mixed with Python code).
– Cython is particularly convenient to make use of NumPy built-in functions and its built-in scalar operations.
– Cython can be compiled files by the Cython compiler.
– Cython is compiled into Python code by the Cython compiler.
– High performance.
* Issues and TODOs:
– Working for Windows/Cygwin.
– How to use with SciPy, especially when NumPy ndarray is in use.
– Debugging.
– pkg-config is not used.
GNU Lesser General Public License, version 2.1 or later.

Source Code:

#!/usr/bin/env python
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# @Author : pxoom
import os
import sys

# for “import numpy” use following environment variable settings

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Example Code
from gsl import gsl, GSL
from cpython.math cimport sqrt

def f(float g):
return g*sqrt(3.0)

gsl.define(‘f’, f, [float])

import numpy
x = numpy.array([1.0, -2.0, -2.0])
print f(x)

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OS: Microsoft Windows 10 Version 1903 (64-bit)
Processor: Intel Core i5-6400 @ 3.30GHz (or equivalent)
Memory: 8GB RAM
Graphics: Nvidia GTX 1050 2GB
DirectX: Version 11.0
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