[Numpy-discussion] fromiter shape argument -- was Re: For loop tips
Torgil Svensson
torgil.svensson at gmail.com
Thu Aug 31 13:21:50 CDT 2006
> Yes. fromiter(iterable, dtype, count) works.
Oh. Thanks. I probably had too old documentation to see this (15
June). If it's not updated since I'll give Travis a rest about this,
at least until 1.0 is released :)
> Regardless, L is only iterated over once.
How can this be true? If no size is given, mustn't numpy either loop
over L twice or build an internal representation on which it'll
iterate or copy in chunks?
I just found out that this works
>>> import numpy,itertools
>>> rec_dt=numpy.dtype(">i4,S10,f8")
>>> rec_iter=itertools.cycle([(1,'s',4.0),(5,'y',190.0),(2,'h',-8)])
>>> numpy.fromiter(rec_iter,rec_dt,10).view(recarray)
recarray([(1, 's', 4.0), (5, 'y', 190.0), (2, 'h', -8.0), (1, 's', 4.0),
(5, 'y', 190.0), (2, 'h', -8.0), (1, 's', 4.0), (5, 'y', 190.0),
(2, 'h', -8.0), (1, 's', 4.0)],
dtype=[('f0', '>i4'), ('f1', '|S10'), ('f2', '<f8')])
but what's wrong with this?
>>> d2_dt=numpy.dtype("4f8")
>>> d2_iter=itertools.cycle([(1.0,numpy.nan,-1e10,14.0)])
>>> numpy.fromiter(d2_iter,d2_dt,10)
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "<stdin>", line 1, in ?
TypeError: a float is required
>>> numpy.__version__
'1.0b4'
//Torgil
On 8/30/06, Tim Hochberg <tim.hochberg at ieee.org> wrote:
> Torgil Svensson wrote:
> >> return uL,asmatrix(fromiter((idx[x] for x in L),dtype=int))
> >>
> >
> > Is it possible for fromiter to take an optional shape (or count)
> > argument in addition to the dtype argument?
> Yes. fromiter(iterable, dtype, count) works.
>
> > If both is given it could
> > preallocate memory and we only have to iterate over L once.
> >
> Regardless, L is only iterated over once. In general you can't rewind
> iterators, so that's a requirement. This is accomplished by doing
> successive overallocation similar to the way appending to a list is
> handled. By specifying the count up front you save a bunch of reallocs,
> but no iteration.
>
> -tim
>
>
>
> > //Torgil
> >
> > On 8/29/06, Keith Goodman <kwgoodman at gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> >> On 8/29/06, Torgil Svensson <torgil.svensson at gmail.com> wrote:
> >>
> >>> something like this?
> >>>
> >>> def list2index(L):
> >>> uL=sorted(set(L))
> >>> idx=dict((y,x) for x,y in enumerate(uL))
> >>> return uL,asmatrix(fromiter((idx[x] for x in L),dtype=int))
> >>>
> >> Wow. That's amazing. Thank you.
> >>
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