hillmaker 0.2.0 released

Some updates to hillmaker


Mark Isken


February 5, 2020


UPDATE 2023-01-16 See https://github.com/misken/hillmaker for latest version.

Finally got around to making some enhancements to hillmaker. The enhancements were motivated by a couple of real projects - one involving healthcare staffing and the other involving using hillmaker to analyze the number of CPU cores in use in a high performance computing cluster. The primary changes are:

A few things haven’t changed:

In order to illustrate the new features and help users get started with the new version, I’ve created a new Jupyter notebook for getting started with the new version. Just follow the link to see the rendered version.

In addition to the new notebook, you can find other example Python scripts at my hillmaker-examples repo on GitHub.