[Numpy-discussion] how to do this efficiently?
Zachary Pincus
zachary.pincus@yale....
Wed Feb 9 10:17:22 CST 2011
>> As before, the line below does what you said you need, though not
>> maximally efficiently. (Try it in an interpreter...) There may be
>> another way in numpy that doesn't rely on constructing the index
>> array, but this is the first thing that came to mind.
>>
>> last_greater = numpy.arange(arr.shape)[arr >= T][-1]
>>
>> Let's unpack that dense line a bit:
>>
>> mask = arr >= T
>> indices = numpy.arange(arr.shape)
>> above_threshold_indices = indices[mask]
>> last_above_threshold_index = above_threshold_indices[-1]
>>
>> Does this make sense?
>
> This assumes monotonicity. Is that allowed?
The twice-stated problem was:
> In a 1-d array, find the first point where all subsequent points
> have values less than a threshold, T.
So that should do the trick... Though Alan's argmax solution is
definitely a better one than indexing an indices array. Same logic and
result though, just more compact.
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