[Numpy-discussion] ndarray.clip only with lower or upper values?
Tue Dec 11 13:52:03 CST 2007
On Dienstag 11 Dezember 2007, Timothy Hochberg wrote:
> > You mean one of the following?
> > a.clip(min = 10, max = numpy.finfo(a.dtype).max)
> > a.clip(min = 10, max = numpy.iinfo(a.dtype).max)
> No. I mean:
> numpy.maximum(a, 10)
> To correspond to the above example.
Great, thanks for the hints. That's good enough; could be pythonic to let
clip() forward calls to minimum/maximum if only one bound is given though.
I had a look at the code, but I am not used enough to the Python/C API, let
alone to numpy's internals, to *quickly* hack this.
Ciao, / / .o.
/ / ANS ooo
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