All contributions including bug reports, bug fixes, new feature implementations and documentation improvements are welcome. Moreover, developers with an interest in PyWavelets are very welcome to join the development team! Please see our guidelines for pull requests for more information.
Contributors are expected to behave in a productive and respectful manner in accordance with our community guidelines and PyWavelets Code of Conduct.
PyWavelets started in 2006 as an academic project for a masters thesis on Analysis and Classification of Medical Signals using Wavelet Transforms and was maintained until 2012 by its original developer. In 2013 maintenance was taken over in a new repo) by a larger development team - a move supported by the original developer. The repo move doesn’t mean that this is a fork - the package continues to be developed under the name “PyWavelets”, and released on PyPI and Github (see this issue for the discussion where that was decided).