[Numpy-discussion] A unique function...

Zachary Pincus zpincus@stanford....
Tue Mar 27 16:34:36 CDT 2007


There's unique and unique1d, but these don't output the number of  
There's also bincount, which outputs the number of each element, but  
includes zeros for non-present elements and so could be problematic  
for certain data.


On Mar 27, 2007, at 2:28 PM, Pierre GM wrote:

> All,
> I could swear that I ran once into a numpy (or scipy) function that  
> output the
> unique values of a 1d ndarray along with the number of occurences  
> of each
> element. If I'm not completely mistaken, it 's a private function  
> initially
> in Fortran.
> Does this ring a bell to anyone ? Where could I find this function ?
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