# Numba

### Fully Amortized Loan simulation with Numba and IPyWidgets

In this blog post, we will show how to use Python to simulate the amortization of a fully amortized loan, such as a mortgage or a car loan. We will derive the formula for calculating the monthly payments and the outstanding balance, and implement…

### Euler's number and the uniform sum distribution

Last year I stumbled upon this tweet from @fermatslibrary [1]: I find it a little bit intriguing for Euler's number $e$ to appear here! But actually, it is not uncommon to encounter $e$ in probability theory, as explained by Stefanie Reichert…

### More Heapsort in Cython

This post/notebook is the follow-up to a recent one : Heapsort with Numba and Cython, where we implemented heapsort in Python/Numba and Cython and compared the execution time with NumPy heapsort. However, heapsort in NumPy is written in C++…

### Heapsort with Numba and Cython

Updated April 20, 2022 following usefull comments by @scoder. Thank you very much for your pull requests! Heapsort is a classical sorting algorithm. We are going into a little bit of theory about the algorithm, but refer to Corman et al. [1] for…

### Goldbach's Comet with Numba and Datashader

Updated Jul 29, 2021 This Python notebook is about computing and plotting Goldbach function. It requires some basic mathematical knowledge, nothing fancy! The main point is to perfom some computations with Numba and some efficient plotting with…

### Merge Sort with Cython and Numba

In this post, we present an implementation of the classic merge sort algorithm in Python on NumPy arrays, and make it run reasonably "fast" using Cython and Numba. We are going to compare the run time with the numpy.sort(kind='mergesort')…

### Cython and Numba applied to a simple algorithm: Insertion sort

The aim of this notebook is to show a basic example of Cython and Numba, applied to a simple algorithm: Insertion sort. As we will see, the code transformation from Python to Cython or Python to Numba can be really easy [specifically for the…