[Numpy-discussion] simple question
myeates at jpl.nasa.gov
Thu Jul 6 15:42:08 CDT 2006
The very example you give produces
IndexError: arrays used as indices must be of integer type
this is with 0.9.8
Also .....while your example says "rand" I had to say numpy.rand
This is on WindowsXP
Travis Oliphant wrote:
> Mathew Yeates wrote:
>> Not working.
>> A[row,all_dates == 10] = -1 where all_dates is a matrix with column
>> length of 14 [[960111,..,..
>> and A is a matrix with same column length
>> I get
>> IndexError: arrays used as indices must be of integer type
>> when I print out all_dates == 10
>> I get
>> [True True True True True True True True True False False False True
>> I experimented with "<" instead of "==" but I still get boolean
>> values as indices.
>> Any help?
> What version are you using? Can you give an example that shows the
> error. It's hard to guess the type of all the variables. The
> following works for me.
> import numpy
> print numpy.__version__
> A = numpy.matrix(rand(3,14))
> all_dates = array([10,10,1,10,1,10,0,10,0,10,0,1,10,1])
> row = 2
> A[row, all_dates == 10]
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