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used assert approximately equal in testing
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from sksurgeryspherefitting.algorithms import sphere_fitting
from sksurgeryspherefitting.algorithms import sphere_fitting
Also add an import numpy, so we can use it's approximately equal function.
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import numpy
Now scroll down and delete the two unit tests for addition and subtraction, replacing them
Now scroll down and delete the two unit tests for addition and subtraction, replacing them
with a test for fit_sphere_least_squares
with a test for fit_sphere_least_squares
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def test_fit_sphere_least_squares():
def test_fit_sphere_least_squares():
x_centre = 1.0
x_centre = 1.0
y_centre = 167.0
y_centre = 167.0
z_centre = 200.0
z_centre = 200.0
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y_values,
y_values,
z_values,
z_values,
parameters)
parameters)
assert result[0][0] == x_centre
numpy.testing.assert_approx_equal(result[0][0], x_centre, significant=10)
We've used some functions from numpy, so don't forget to add import numpy at the top of the test file;
We've used some functions from numpy, so don't forget to add import numpy at the top of the test file;
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