[SciPy-user] Save column & row headers to csvfile withsomething like savetxt?

Dharhas Pothina Dharhas.Pothina@twdb.state.tx...
Mon Dec 22 11:36:37 CST 2008


Pierre,

Here is an example table :

import numpy as np
table = np.array([[2.53,3.95,2.79,3.16,2.70],[0.66,0.64,0.35,0.97,0.24],[0.71,0.68,0.37,0.85,0.18]])
headers = ["2003_C142","JulSep03_CS142","AS03_C142","AS03_C284","AS03_LDY142"]
rows = "SL","WL","CS"


What I would like to output is something along the lines of
,2003_C142, JulSep03_CS142, AS03_C142, AS03_C284 ,AS03_LDY142
SL ,2.53,3.95,2.79,3.16,2.70
WL ,0.66,0.64,0.35,0.97,0.24
CS ,0.71,0.68,0.37,0.85,0.18

- dharhas


>>> Pierre GM <pgmdevlist@gmail.com> 12/22/08 11:04 AM >>>

On Dec 22, 2008, at 11:59 AM, Dharhas Pothina wrote:

> Will you be working on savetxt or rec2csv?

Both, following the path of genloadtxt.


> 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.
>

Mmh, no doc in mind at the moment. For the conversion of your table to  
a flexible array and back, that depends on your table. Send a simple  
example and I'll see what I can do.

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