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Posts

Posts where Numba has been mentioned. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects - the last one was on 2021-04-21.
  • The best description of JS I've ever seen.
    That's probably because it was using a JIT compiler, probably V8, which is fantastic don't get me wrong but its apples to oranges. Give python a hand with something like numba and it'll probably come out that python is more even.
  • Unifying the CUDA Python Ecosystem
    news.ycombinator.com | 2021-04-16
  • Deep Learning options on Radeon RX 6800
    reddit.com/r/Amd | 2021-04-16
    Numba: A High Performance Python Compiler (pydata.org)
  • Sunday Daily Thread: What's everyone working on this week?
    reddit.com/r/Python | 2021-04-03
    I just learned about numba recently. Other than that, I'm trying to see what I can accomplish with the multitude of python decorators.
  • Iterating over a 2D array in a numba CUDA kernel
    Haven’t worked with CUDA in numba before, but from a quick search this documentation and this question might be helpful.
  • Inspired by hudsmith's previous post, here are the first 50 eigenstates in a potential that consists of four inverted Gaussian wells
    reddit.com/r/Physics | 2021-03-30
    Curious, have you looked into CuPy or Numba to help speed up your calculations? They are both relatively easy to implement.
  • Can this be vectorized to speed it up?
    If you need it to be faster, you could look into JIT compilation with numba, or perhaps even GPU compute!
  • We improved our app that lets you search Stack Overflow and documentation and now we are doubling down on Python support
    reddit.com/r/Python | 2021-03-25
    Do you know Numba (https://numba.pydata.org/) by the way? It's a kinda niche library, but with it, you can write the renderer in the tutorial in Python and CUDA.
  • Is it possible to convert a particular section of code in python to C and execute it as a C code?
    Is it possible? Yes, though doing thing in a way that's reasonable and actually yields good performance gains can be an involved process. numba is probably the most straightforward way to try this out.
  • How to use GPU in an embarrassingly parallel calculation?
    reddit.com/r/rstats | 2021-03-16
  • How fast is Python?
    Fairly slow because it's interpreted and there's no compiler optimizations at all. If you're doing a lot of numerical calculations you can get C-like speeds if you write those parts in numpy. You can also JIT compile specific functions with numba, or the whole program with pypy.
  • I need help to speed up my program!
    The first thing I would do is write the code in a non-vectorized fashion to see where I could get rid of any unnecessary copying/allocating. Then you could rewrite the code using a more efficient sequence of vectorized operations, or you could JIT it using a library like numba
  • Do Python developers want static typing?
    If you are not aware, this is already available for numeric operations. Libraries like numba, CuPy, and XLA allow for AOT/JIT compilation. This enables you to write fast code for the parts that need to be fast.
  • Can someone help me understand PyO3? I'm not sure how it works.
    reddit.com/r/rust | 2021-02-24
    Well put. Another great way to optimize Python code is Numba.
  • Python Concurrency: The Tricky Bits
    news.ycombinator.com | 2021-02-18