[Numpy-discussion] unpack argument in loadtxt/genfromtxt does not work as documented
Thu Oct 7 09:09:10 CDT 2010
On Thu, Oct 7, 2010 at 8:59 AM, Pierre GM <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Oct 7, 2010, at 3:49 PM, Benjamin Root wrote:
> > I understand the technicalities of why this occurs, but from a user's
> perspective, he is asking for distinct numpy arrays of specified types. The
> transposing seems to be almost an unimportant implementation detail because
> the user is asking for the data to be split up by columns. Personally, I
> think that this should be transparent to the user and should be able to work
> -- although I am not exactly sure if one should just simply return a list of
> numpy arrays with the column names dropped, or a list of one-column record
> Well, easy enough to output a list of arrays for each column, be they of
> the same dtype or with different ones.
> > If it can't quite work from within the framework for genfromtxt/loadtxt,
> then maybe another text loading function that is designed to have the data
> format known a priori would be suitable?
> Not needed. The unpack argument is used as the very end of the function
> Anyhow, could you open a ticket to that effect (else I'm quite likely to
> forget about it).
> > Note that such a function might also be sufficient in addressing my
> long-standing qualm with loadtxt()'s squeeze behavior for files with only
> one line of data.
> Mind opening a second a ticket ?
Already been open for a little while now:
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