[Numpy-discussion] Changing a matrix element into a scalar
Wayne Watson
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Tue Aug 3 11:59:52 CDT 2010
Thank you. That's almost amusing. Too logical for Python. I fully
expected something like m{0}[0](0)[0:0]. :-)
I don't think the tentative Numpy tutorial mentions it.
On 8/3/2010 9:28 AM, PHobson@Geosyntec.com wrote:
> Wayne,
>
> Matrices are two dimensional arrays so you need two indices to access an individual element:
>
> In [1]: from numpy import matrix
>
> In [2]: m = matrix([[1.2],[2.3]])
>
> In [3]: m[0,0]
> Out[3]: 1.2
>
> -paul
>
> -----Original Message-----
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> Subject: [Numpy-discussion] Changing a matrix element into a scalar
>
> How do I access 1.2 in such a way as to end up with a float? I keep
> getting a matrix.
> from numpy import matrix
> m = matrix([[1.2],[2.3]])
>
>
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