a collaborator of mine is using pyjulia in a similar way - implement
reasonably fast interatomic potentials in Julia, but use all the tools
available in Python for model setup etc.
In case it helps, you can look at
as an example.
On Wednesday, 19 October 2016 01:48:01 UTC+1, Corbin Foucart wrote:
> Yes, they were. Is there documentation for pyjulia? I have not found any
> other than their Readme file...
> On Tuesday, October 18, 2016 at 5:11:48 PM UTC-4, cdm wrote:
>> were the examples you found related to use of PyJulia ... ?
>> On Tuesday, October 18, 2016 at 1:42:51 PM UTC-7, Corbin Foucart wrote:
>>> Suppose that I have a large Python code; I would like to use Julia to
>>> operate on the python workspace variables at certain locations in the code.
>>> What occurs to me is to either:
>>> 1) write out all python workspace data to file, read data into julia,
>>> operate, save, read back into python (seems bad)
>>> 2) Call Julia code directly from python (I don't want to perform some
>>> trivial computation as in the examples I've found, I want to operate on the
>>> lists of numpy arrays)
>>> Is there an efficient or documented way to do this?