Due to my limited familiarity with Kotlin, and Java in general I think it would be in everyone's best interest if I attempted to start in on the documentation of what is already implemented. This way i waste as little of everyone's time as is possible. It would also be good for my familiarity with the language. I will attempt and a documentation of something that isnt documented as well as at least one example. If it alright with you I could send an example one and based on your input kind of go my own way from there. Then I could let you know at the end when I'm done with say documenting Complex. Please let me know what you think of this for I dont want to bother anyone with rudimentary questions, in the meantime I will also try to get the aformentioned stuff done that I am already working on namely the checking of the fourier transform
02/22/2019, 7:26 AM
Good idea. The documentation is more important than code at the moment.
Don't forget to make feature requests when you need something
02/22/2019, 8:29 AM
I will keep that in mind and I'm sure I will check things up if I'm curious yet before I add a feature request I'll see if it's in numpy and if it's not but it's useful I'll check commons-math or something first