[Numpy-discussion] How operating arrays in a determined axis?
John J. Lee
phrxy at csv.warwick.ac.uk
Mon Mar 19 16:58:30 CST 2001
On Mon, 19 Mar 2001, Aureli Soria Frisch wrote:
> I have a N-dimensional array A and I want to operate in one of the axis (k)
> with a 1 dimensional array (for instance, subtracting an array B of length
> k). I have looked for some solutions in the manual and did not found any.
> Is there any more elegant solution? The key point is: how to operate a N-D
> array with a 1D in one determined axis?
I'm not sure I understand exactly what you want. Are you sure you don't
want to do A[n1,n2,...,:,...,nN] instead? (the '...'s are just an
indication of where the extra numbers would go, not the literal Numeric
syntax. If so, you can use
s = slice(None)
# n is your list [n1, n2, n3, ..., n(k-1), n(k+1), ...,nN]
print "answer is", A[n] - B
(possibly there is an off-by-one error in the above, but you get the idea)
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