[Numpy-discussion] Python vector and matrix formatter similar to Matlab
Simon Wood
sgwoodjr@gmail....
Sat Mar 10 01:14:24 CST 2007
To all,
I came across an old thread in the archives in which Alexander Schmolck gave
an example of a Matlab like matrix formatter he authored for Python. Is this
formatter still available some where? Or has anyone else done anything
similar?
-Simon
P.S. Here is a short example of the output:
>>>* a
*array([[-9.90000000e+01, -9.72817182e+01, 0.00000000e+00, -7.99144631e+01],
[-4.54018500e+01, 4.84131591e+01, 3.03428793e+02, 9.96633158e+02],
[2.88095799e+03, 8.00308393e+03, 2.19264658e+04, 5.97741417e+04]])
>>>* m = matrix(a)
*>>>* m
*matrix('''
1.0E+04 *
-0.00990 -0.00973 0.00000 -0.00799
-0.00454 0.00484 0.03034 0.09966
0.28810 0.80031 2.19265 5.97741
''')
>>>* m.show('long')
*matrix('''
1.0E+04 *
Columns 0 through 3
-0.009900000000000 -0.009728171817154 0.000000000000000
-0.004540184996686 0.004841315910258 0.030342879349274
0.288095798704173 0.800308392757538 2.192646579480672
Columns 3 through 4
-0.007991446307681
0.099663315842846
5.977414171519782
''')
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