[Open-Legislation] Program(mer) needed

stef stefan.marsiske at gmail.com
Tue Feb 15 15:16:37 UTC 2011

i'd recommend scipy, even for non programmers.

On Tue, Feb 15, 2011 at 12:45:53PM +0100, Ronny Patz wrote:
> Hi all,
> little question to the programmers united here:
> I need a simple and easy to use program that reads an A-B matrix
> (e.g. csv or xls; labels of items in A and B included; cells are
> binary), transforms it into a B-A matrix and then multiplies the two
> (either A-B*B-A or B-A*A-B). The result file will be an A-A or B-B
> matrix (including labels). It should work on multiple platforms (I
> use Mac) and not hang up with large matrices (e.g. with A or B
> containing 10,000 items).
> I know that these kind of transformations are included as a standard
> operation in several programming languages, but I have no
> programming skills to implement that on my own. I'd be glad to hear
> whether such a program exists somewhere. I'd also be ready to pay
> for this if its doable for a reasonable price.
> Ronny
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