[Numpy-discussion] Raveling, reshape order keyword unnecessarily confuses index and memory ordering
Chris Barker - NOAA Federal
Thu Apr 4 16:54:49 CDT 2013
On Thu, Apr 4, 2013 at 11:26 AM, <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Before you answer that -- does anyone see a use case for the 'A' and
>> 'K' flags that can't be reasonably easily accomplished with .view() or
>> asarray() or ???
> What order does a[a>2] use to create the returned 1-D array?
> However, I never needed to know and never cared
> a[a>2] = 5
> a[a>2] = b[a>2]
> Now, after this thread, I know about "K",
does that use case use ravel() or reshape() under the hood?
> and there might be cases
> where it would be appropriate to minimize copying memory,
hmm -- yes, that makes sense, and perhaps compelling enough to keep
them around (at least with perhaps better docs).
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