[Numpy-discussion] Detect subclass of ndarray
Charles R Harris
Sat Mar 24 18:59:55 CDT 2007
On 3/24/07, Alan G Isaac <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Sat, 24 Mar 2007, Anne Archibald apparently wrote:
> > Note that taking a vector and left-multiplying it by
> > a matrix is a very natural operation that won't work any
> > more if you treat all vectors as if they were row vectors.
> Can you be more specific on this "naturalness"?
> What is the cost of being explicit (in actual practice)?
> I am inclined to claim that this seems "natural" to us only
> when we abuse language and forget that our column vectors
> and row vectors are in fact matrices with two dimensions/axes.
> In what situation does a need or major convenience
> from being so implicit arise?
I committed a change that converts nonscalars to matrices before calling
dot. The following now raises an alignment error:
On the other hand
now returns the expected (by me) result. Scream loudly if any of this
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