PDL::PP - Generate PDL routines from concise descriptions River stage two • 90 direct dependents • 92 total dependents

Now that you have some idea how to use "pp_def" to define new PDL functions it is time to explain the general syntax of "pp_def". "pp_def" takes as arguments first the name of the function you are defining and then a hash list that can contain variou...

CHM/PDL-2.019 - 05 May 2018 21:04:58 GMT

PDL::DiskCache - Non-memory-resident array object River stage two • 90 direct dependents • 92 total dependents

A PDL::DiskCache object is a perl "tied array" that is useful for operations where you have to look at a large collection of PDLs one or a few at a time (such as tracking features through an image sequence). You can write prototype code that uses a p...

CHM/PDL-2.019 - 05 May 2018 21:04:58 GMT

PDL::IO::Dumper - data dumping for structs with PDLs River stage two • 90 direct dependents • 92 total dependents

This package allows you cleanly to save and restore complex data structures which include PDLs, as ASCII strings and/or transportable ASCII files. It exports four functions into your namespace: sdump, fdump, frestore, and deep_copy. PDL::IO::Dumper t...

CHM/PDL-2.019 - 05 May 2018 21:04:58 GMT

PDL::Demos::Prima - PDL demo for PDL::Graphics::Prima River stage two • 90 direct dependents • 92 total dependents

The documentation in this module is meant to give a short, hands-on introduction to PDL::Graphics::Prima, a plotting library written on top of the Prima GUI toolkit....

CHM/PDL-2.019 - 05 May 2018 21:04:58 GMT

PDL::Perldl2::Profile::Perldl2 - profile for Perldl2 shell River stage two • 90 direct dependents • 92 total dependents

This profile is for development of the new PDL shell (version 2). The preferred method to start the new shell is via the "pdl2" command. This documentation is provided for "Devel::REPL" coders that may wish to use this profile directly for their deve...

CHM/PDL-2.019 - 05 May 2018 21:04:58 GMT

PDL::Perldl2::Plugin::NiceSlice - enable PDL NiceSlice syntax River stage two • 90 direct dependents • 92 total dependents

This plugin enables one to use the PDL::NiceSlice syntax in an instance of "Devel::REPL" such as the new Perldl2 shell, "pdl2". Without the plugin, array slicing looks like this: pdl> use PDL; pdl> $a = sequence(10); $PDL1 = [0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9]; pd...

CHM/PDL-2.019 - 05 May 2018 21:04:58 GMT

PDL::Perldl2::Plugin::PDLCommands - implement perldl aliases/escapes River stage two • 90 direct dependents • 92 total dependents

This plugin implements the various convenience features of the perldl shell which correspond, roughly, to aliases and some structured pre-processing of the command line entered: q|x|exit|quit as shortcuts to quit the shell ?? as an alias for apropos ...

CHM/PDL-2.019 - 05 May 2018 21:04:58 GMT

PDL::Perldl2::Plugin::PrintControl - disable default print output River stage two • 90 direct dependents • 92 total dependents

By default the Devel::REPL always prints the results of its evaluation. This is fine for small objects but for things like large data objects (e.g. a 100x100 matrix in PDL) the result can be hundreds of lines of output for each command. This plugin d...

CHM/PDL-2.019 - 05 May 2018 21:04:58 GMT

PDL::Perldl2::Plugin::CleanErrors - filter out Moose cruft River stage two • 90 direct dependents • 92 total dependents

Runtime errors in pdl2 are extremely verbose since they include the entire call chain from the start of the interactive Devel::REPL shell, through the Moose and Class::MOP stuff and including Lexical::Persistence as well. This plugin, which is loaded...

CHM/PDL-2.019 - 05 May 2018 21:04:58 GMT

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