## What did you do this week?

This week I continued the PR started in the previous week by adding more multimethods for indexing routines. The multimethods added are the following:

**Generating index arrays**

`c_`

`r_`

`s_`

**Indexing-like operations**

`take`

`take_along_axis`

`choose`

`diagonal`

`select`

**Inserting data into arrays**

`place`

`put`

`put_along_axis`

`putmask`

`fill_diagonal`

**Iterating over arrays**

`nditer`

`ndenumerate`

`ndindex`

`nested_iters`

`lib.Arrayterator`

Most of the work developed during this week was adding default implementations to the new mutimethods. Also, this is the first PR that makes use of the overriding of unumpy's classes to implement some classes for indexing routines. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to start the PR that adds multimethods for Numpy's random module that I set out to do in the last blog post. Nevertheless, since this is considered extra work there are no delays in the timeline. I will try to do this PR in the following weeks.

## What is coming up next?

I will start a new PR that adds mutimethods for statistic functions. The work for this following week might be more demanding since the PR is expected to last only one week and it covers a considerable amount of multimethods. Also, some of the default implementations might add an extra challenge. Let's see how it goes! I also need to patch up the PR for the indexing routines which should be almost done.

## Did you get stuck anywhere?

I didn't get stuck this week.