[Numpy-discussion] first recarray steps
Wed May 21 01:57:08 CDT 2008
On Wed, May 21, 2008 at 1:48 AM, Vincent Schut <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Christopher Barker wrote:
>> Also, if you image data is rgb, usually, that's a (width, height, 3)
>> array: rgbrgbrgbrgb... in memory. If you have a (3, width, height)
>> array, then that's rrrrrrr....gggggggg......bbbbbbbb. Some image libs
>> may give you that, I'm not sure.
> My data is. In fact, this is a simplification of my situation; I'm
> processing satellite data, which usually has more (and other) bands than
> just rgb. But the data is definitely in shape (bands, y, x).
I don't think record arrays will help you much, then. Individual
records need to be contiguous (bar padding). You can't interleave
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