[Numpy-discussion] bug ? in Records arrays in numarray
Todd Miller
jmiller at stsci.edu
Tue Jun 29 16:51:09 CDT 2004
On Tue, 2004-06-29 at 17:52, Sebastian Haase wrote:
> OK,
> I'm still trying to get a handle on these record arrays - because I think they
> are pretty cool, if I could get them to work...
> Following the code from yesterday (see that posting below) I discovered this:
> main.ring4ext[0][0] is not the same as main.ring4ext[0,0]
> is this intended ??
>
> >>> main.ring4ext[0][0]
> (2308, 76, 272, 1088481152.0, 104.18000030517578, 1994.949951171875)
> >>> main.ring4ext[0,0]
> (array([2308, 2309]), array([76, 76]), array([272, 269]), array([ 1.08848115e
> +09, 1.08848115e+09], type=Float32), array([ 104.18000031, 104.45999908],
> type=Float32), array([ 1994.94995117, 1994.95996094], type=Float32))
> >>> main.ring4ext.shape # yesterday I had this different !!! (20,1)
> (20, 2)
>
> Any comments are appreciated,
I talked to JC Hsu, the numarray.records author, and he explained that
we're probably looking at a limitation of numarray.records: it doesn't
yet handle multi-dimensional arrays of records. JC indicated he had
replied to Sebastian, but for the benefit of everyone else, that's the
deal.
Regards,
Todd
> Thanks
> Sebastian
>
>
>
>
> On Monday 28 June 2004 05:00 pm, Sebastian Haase wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I have two record arrays. I was trying to assign one item from one recarray
> > to
> >
> > the other:
> > >>> omx.zext[0] = main.ring4ext[0,0]
> >
> > Traceback (most recent call last):
> > File "<input>", line 1, in ?
> > File "X:/PrWin\numarray\records.py", line 744, in _setitem
> > self.field(self._names[i])[row] = value.field(self._names[i])
> > File "C:\Python22\Lib\site-packages\numarray\numarraycore.py", line 619,
> > in __tonumtype__
> > ValueError: Can't use non-rank-0 array as a scalar.
> >
> > >>> `omx.zext[0]`
> >
> > '<numarray.records.Record instance at 0x042AFC78>'
> >
> > >>> `main.ring4ext[0,0]`
> >
> > '<numarray.records.Record instance at 0x042AFC78>'
> >
> > >>> q = omx.zext[0]
> > >>> w = main.ring4ext[0,0]
> > >>> q
> >
> > (2097152107, -595656700, 91141, 1.0634608642000868e+037, -1.14841804241843e
> > +018, 1.2771574333702815e-040)
> >
> > >>> w
> >
> > (array([428]), array([75]), array([124]), array([ 1.08846451e+09],
> > type=Float32), array([ 99.25], type=Float32), array([ 1996.82995605],
> > type=Float32))
> >
> > >>> omx.zext._formats
> >
> > ['1Int32', '1Int32', '1Int32', '1Float32', '1Float32', '1Float32']
> >
> > >>> main.ring4ext._formats
> >
> > ['1Int32', '1Int32', '1Int32', '1Float32', '1Float32', '1Float32']
> >
> >
> > I can't track down why one (q) contains scalars and the other (w) constains
> > arrays (is array([428]) a 'rank-0 array'? ) !
> > This is how I generate them:
> > main.ring4ext = rec.RecArray(main._extHdrRingBuffer, "i4,i4,i4,f4,f4,f4",
> > shape=(ts,nc), names=("num","min","max","time","mean","darkVal"),
> > aligned=1) omx.zext = rec.array(formats="i4,i4,i4,f4,f4,f4",
> >
> > names=("num","min","max","time","mean","darkVal"),shape=tuple(shapeZ),align
> >ed=1 )
> >
> > [[BTW: (shapeZ is a list, if I say: ...,shape=shapeZ I get
> > NameError, "Illegal shape %s" % `shape` from "records.py" in line 462
> > -- usually type(shape) == types.ListType should be OK, right ?)
> > ]]
> >
> >
> > Any ideas?
> >
> > Thanks,
> > Sebastian Haase
> >
> >
> >
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