[Numpy-discussion] Is there anyway to read raw binary file via pytable?
Thu Jul 29 14:41:56 CDT 2010
2010/7/28 Ken Watford <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> 2010/7/28 脑关生命科学仪器 <email@example.com>:
>> it seems like pytable only support HDF5. I had some 500GB numerical arrays
>> to process. Pytable claims to have some advance feature to enhance
>> processing speed and largely reduce physical memory requirement. However, I
>> do not wanna touch the raw data I had. Simply because I do not have doubled
>> diskspace to covert all 10TB data into HDF5. Is there any way to let pytable
>> read raw binary files or alternatively to package raw files into HDF5 format
>> without change the files themselves.?
>> Brain Gateway
> HDF5 does support datasets with an external contiguous binary file as
> the storage area. For documentation on this, see:
Thanks a lot!
I do found 3 API functions to handle this problem:
H5P have 3 function to handle external raw data file.
However, right now h5py does not provide these functions, though
existing datasets created with
external storage should work fine.
I need to use C, fortran, or matlab to generate datasets with external
data. So far it works fine.
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