Category Archives: UDFs

More on Numba

Following my recent post Making Finite Element Analysis go faster … I have been having a closer look at the options in the Numba just-in-time compiler for improving the performance of Python code. The Numba docs include a series of short … Continue reading

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A Numpy trap – correction

In my post of 30th May this year (here) I said that: As a check that the functions were working correctly, the Python functions were modified to return the sum of the largest array in the first row, revealing that … Continue reading

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On long and short formulas and VBA

A recent thread at Eng-Tips asked the following apparently simple question: Starting with a string consisting of numbers with a single central group of letters, how can this string be truncated at the end of the letters, so that for … Continue reading

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ULS Design Functions 2.13

I have uploaded another update to the ULS Design Functions spreadsheet with some new features and fixes.  The new version can be downloaded from: ULS Design Functions.zip The changes in the new version are: Stress block type 3 will now … Continue reading

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Using Numba with Excel and pyxll …

… and a Numpy trap. I last looked at using the just-in-time compiler Numba with Python some time ago (Two Timers), but I was prompted to take another look by an article in Medium that claimed Python Can Be Faster … Continue reading

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