[Numpy-discussion] ValueError: object too deep for desired array

kortmann at ideaworks.com kortmann at ideaworks.com
Tue Oct 3 11:03:25 CDT 2006


Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]
(C) Copyright 1985-2001 Microsoft Corp.

C:\Documents and Settings\kenny>cd c:\lameness

C:\lameness>c:\Python24\python.exe templatewindow.py
a = [[  1.00013175e+00   2.63483019e-05   1.00006740e+00   5.22246363e-05
    1.00008735e+00  -2.77694969e-07  -1.30756273e-07   1.03202730e-06]
 [  2.63483019e-05   6.95644927e-05  -7.15426839e-07   1.99534228e-05
    5.29400631e-05  -3.07638369e-09  -5.52729618e-06  -7.61431767e-06]
 [  1.00006740e+00  -7.15426839e-07   1.00011917e+00   2.50407751e-05
    1.00006219e+00  -2.77757947e-07  -1.30856101e-07   1.23058301e-07]
 [  5.22246363e-05   1.99534228e-05   2.50407751e-05   8.21505582e-05
    5.26966037e-05  -6.13563429e-09  -2.76420755e-06  -3.80791858e-06]
 [  1.00008735e+00   5.29400631e-05   1.00006219e+00   5.26966037e-05
    1.00020132e+00   5.01389982e-05   3.45959412e-05   3.17129503e-05]
 [ -2.77694969e-07  -3.07638369e-09  -2.77757947e-07  -6.13563429e-09
    5.01389982e-05   3.45959412e-05   3.17129503e-05   3.27035490e-05]
 [ -1.30756273e-07  -5.52729618e-06  -1.30856101e-07  -2.76420755e-06
    3.45959412e-05   3.17129503e-05   3.27035490e-05   3.59732704e-05]
 [  1.03202730e-06  -7.61431767e-06   1.23058301e-07  -3.80791858e-06
    3.17129503e-05   3.27035490e-05   3.59732704e-05   4.12184645e-05]]
F = [[ -1.44231014e+03]
 [ -7.54006917e-02]
 [ -1.44227222e+03]
 [ -7.49199956e-02]
 [ -1.44242446e+03]
 [ -4.24684780e-02]
 [ -2.49566072e-02]
 [ -2.16978637e-02]]
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "C:\lameness\PlotPanel.py", line 476, in OnNo
    self.parent.peaktime()
  File "C:\lameness\PlotPanel.py", line 64, in peaktime
    self._replot()
  File "C:\lameness\PlotPanel.py", line 159, in _replot
    self.drawpeak()
  File "C:\lameness\PlotPanel.py", line 233, in drawpeak
    COE[:,j1-1] = linalg.solve(A,F)
ValueError: object too deep for desired array

Anyone know what this error could be coming from?  Is it because the
floating point numbers are too large, memory wise?


-Kenny





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