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awkward 2.3.1

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Manipulate JSON-like data with NumPy-like idioms.

Manipulate JSON-like data with NumPy-like idioms.

Stars: 721, Watchers: 721, Forks: 73, Open Issues: 111

The scikit-hep/awkward repo was created 3 years ago and the last code push was 5 minutes ago.
The project is popular with 721 github stars!

How to Install awkward

You can install awkward using pip

pip install awkward

or add it to a project with poetry

poetry add awkward

Package Details

Author
License
BSD-3-Clause
Homepage
PyPi:
https://pypi.org/project/awkward/
Documentation:
https://awkward-array.org
GitHub Repo:
https://github.com/scikit-hep/awkward-1.0

Classifiers

  • Scientific/Engineering
  • Scientific/Engineering/Information Analysis
  • Scientific/Engineering/Mathematics
  • Scientific/Engineering/Physics
  • Software Development
  • Utilities
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GitHub Issues

The awkward package has 111 open issues on GitHub

  • Simplify output of {Bit,Byte}MaskedArray
  • Fix: fix ByteMaskedArray.simplify_optiontype()
  • Add a .zenodo.json file to specify a set of authors.
  • Adding a `delitem``` method to awkward arrays in V2
  • Use improved summation routine in sum kernels
  • Fix: support nested option types in ak.is_none
  • Getting Numba to work for v2 arrays
  • New random functions
  • convert string, stream, or file from/to json for v2
  • replace shared_ptr with unique_ptr in Forth buffers
  • ak.is_none does not descend into option contents
  • Proposal to stop ak.broadcast_arrays at records.
  • RDataFrame integration

See more issues on GitHub

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