[Numpy-discussion] how do I speed up this?
Tue Nov 27 13:50:55 CST 2007
On Nov 27, 2007 12:41 PM, Giorgio F. Gilestro <email@example.com> wrote:
> Thanks Tim,
> shape of the array is variable but follows the rule (x, y*1440) with
> both x an y being values greater than 1 (usually around 10 or 20).
OK. That's helpful.
> So as result second dimension is always much bigger. (and the bug you
> foresaw is actually taken care of)
Are you sure? This still looks problematic.
> I figured out that somehow removing the unnecessary *1 multiplication
> after the boolean verification will increase speed by almost 100% (wow!).
> I guess if I can get rid of the iteration too and use some internal
> function I'd probably get even faster.
> Could .flat() help me somehow?
I doubt it. I'll look at this a little later if I can find some time and see
what I can come up with.
> Timothy Hochberg wrote:
> > On Nov 27, 2007 11:38 AM, Giorgio F. Gilestro <firstname.lastname@example.org
> > <mailto:email@example.com>> wrote:
> > Hello everyone,
> > ma and new_ma are bi-dimensional array with shape (a1, a2) on
> > which I am
> > performing the following iteration:
> > for fd in range(a1):
> > new_ma[fd] = [( ma[fd][i-5:i+5].sum() == 0 )*1 for i in range
> > (a2)]
> > This looks like it's probably buggy; when, for example,, a2 == 0, I
> > don't think ma[fd][-5:5] is going to return what you want.
> > Is there any faster more elegant way to do that with numpy?
> > There are faster ways, I'm not sure that they are more elegant. It
> > looks like what you want is essentially a moving average, possible
> > with periodic boundary conditions. There are a few different tricks
> > that can make this fast; which is appropriate depends on what the
> > shape of ma is expected to be. If 'a1' if large, then you can
> > profitably remove the outer loop; something vaguely like:
> > for i in range(a2):
> > new_ma[:, i] = ( ma[fd][i-5:i+5].sum() == 0)
> > (This is still buggy as above, since I'm not sure what kind of
> > boundary conditions you need).
> > If that's not applicable, another approach is to loop over the offset,
> > in this case -5 to 5, and remove the loop over a2. That method is more
> > complicated and I'm going to avoid describing it in detail unless
> > needed. One might even be able to do both, but that's probably overkill.
> > HTH
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