[Numpy-discussion] in place random generation
Fri Mar 9 13:12:17 CST 2007
Oh dear, sorry, I should have read your email more carefully.
On 3/8/07, Daniel Mahler <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On 3/8/07, Matthew Brett <email@example.com> wrote:
> > > > My problem is not space, but time.
> > > > I am creating a small array over and over,
> > > > and this is turning out to be a bottleneck.
> > How about making one large random number array and taking small views?
> How is that different from:
> Allocating all the arrays as one n+1 dim and grabbing rows from it
> is faster than allocating the small arrays individually.
> I am iterating too many times to allocate everything at once though.
> I can just do a nested loop
> where create manageably large arrays in the outer
> and grab the rows in the inner,
> but I wanted something cleaner.
> later in the post
> > Matthew
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