[Numpy-discussion] detecting a nan with all() or any()

Vasileios Gkinis v.gkinis@gfy.ku...
Tue Oct 21 10:30:23 CDT 2008


Hi,

I would like to detect if my array for example a = array((1,2,3,nan)) 
contains any nans
So when i use:
In [31]: all(a!=nan)
I get
Out[31]: True
And when i use:
In [35]: any(a==nan)
I get
Out[35]: False
Which looks rather wrong to me...or i am simply missing something
Can somebody comment on that...?

Regards
Vasili


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