NumPy at the ITP Opteron Cluster

    NumPy 1.6.1
NumPy 1.1.1
NumPy documentation

NumPy is the fundamental package needed for scientific computing with Python. It contains among other things:

  • a powerful N-dimensional array object
  • sophisticated (broadcasting) functions
  • basic linear algebra functions
  • basic Fourier transforms
  • sophisticated random number capabilities
  • tools for integrating C/C++ and Fortran code.

NumPy 1.6.1

The NumPy 1.6.1 package is available with GNU (without ATLAS- or MKL-support!) and INTEL (with MKL-support) compilers (64 Bit).

Setting up the NumPy environment

To use the NumPy package please use the below description. You can use the following entry interactively. If you want to use this module permanently, place this entry below the global definitions in your ".bashrc" file.

GNU Compiler (without ATLAS- or MKL-support!)

module load numpy/1.6.1_gnu

INTEL Compiler and INTEL-MKL Library (test version!)

module load numpy/1.6.1_intel-mkl

Please be aware that this NumPy modulefile needs INTEL and MKL as a prerequisite:

module load intel/11.1.046 intel-mkl/10.2

NumPy 1.1.1

The NumPy 1.1.1 package is available (without ATLAS- or MKL-support!) with GNU compiler (64 Bit) .

Setting up the NumPy environment

To use the NumPy package please use the below description. You can use the following entry interactively. If you want to use this module permanently, place this entry below the global definitions in your ".bashrc" file.

GNU Compiler

module load numpy/1.1.1

NumPy documentation

You can find the NumPy documentation on the following web pages: