[SciPy-user] Save column & row headers to csv file withsomething like savetxt?
Mon Dec 22 10:59:30 CST 2008
Will you be working on savetxt or rec2csv? If rec2csv, do you have alink to any documentation on how to use records in matplotlib. I had a look at the rec2txt and rec2csv links in the documentation but am still not entirely sure how I would convert my table to records and then save them.
>>> Pierre GM <email@example.com> 12/21/08 1:10 PM >>>
You remmbr how I tried to improve loadtxt by incorporating some
elements of matploltib.mlab.csv2rec ? We could probably do the same
thing for rec2csv, using elements of reportlib. I'll try to work on
that in the next few weeks...
On Dec 21, 2008, at 11:14 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> On Sun, Dec 21, 2008 at 10:50 AM, Timmie <timmichelsen@gmx-
> topmail.de> wrote:
>> Hello Dharhas,
>>> Is there already a simple way to do this?
>>> Another i/o question is that I keep getting a warning that fread is
>> depreciated. I am using it to read binary
>>> fortran data, what is the appropriate function to use now?
>> I also looked for something like this but never found it.
>> Then I posted a suggestion for the improvement of
>> Although I have been neglecting the use of structured arrays, these
>> represents a convenient way to save data including headers.
>> If there is a function in scipy/numpy which can save a structured
>> array to a
>> file and writing the the field keywords as column column headers,
>> please tell me.
>> Thanks and regards,
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> There is also
> (I never used them)
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