[Numpy-discussion] Vectorizing!!!!
Solimyr
giannicristian@msn....
Sat Nov 19 06:23:39 CST 2011
Hi all!!!I'm pretty new here!!
I'm just use my free time to learn something more about python....I just
discovered a new word named 'Vectorizing'....
I'm going to explain my question...I have a matrix (no care about the size)
and I want made some mathematical operations like mean,standard
deviation,variance,ecc...
I post my result so can be usefull for all the newbie to understand the
vectorizing mean:
Mean using a 3x3 window and 2 FOR cicle (a=matrix of interest, b same size
then a but filled with zeros at the start):
for i in range(1,row-1):
for j in range(1,col-1):
b[i][j]=
numpy.mean([a[i-1][j-1],a[i][j-1],a[i+1][j-1],a[i-1][j],a[i][j],a[i+1][j],a[i-1][j+1],a[i][j+1],a[i+1][j+1]])
Very disappointing in term of time..This is with the vectorizing(a=matrix of
interest, c same size then a but filled with zeros at the start):
c[1:row-1,1:col-1]=(a[0:row-2,0:col-2]+a[0:row-2,1:col-1]+a[2:row,2:col]+a[1:row-1,1:col-1]+a[1:row-1,0:col-2]+a[0:row-2,2:col]+a[1:row-1,2:col]+a[2:row,0:col-2]+a[2:row,1:col-1])/9
I have seen that I get a big advantage!!!But my question is:
If I want to calculate the variance in a 3x3 window, can I use the
vectorizing method and 'numpy.var' or I must explain the variance formula?
I don't know if the question is understandable! I have thought something
like:
c[1:row-1,1:col-1]=numpy.var(a[0:row-2,0:col-2]+a[0:row-2,1:col-1]+a[2:row,2:col]+a[1:row-1,1:col-1]+a[1:row-1,0:col-2]+a[0:row-2,2:col]+a[1:row-1,2:col]+a[2:row,0:col-2]+a[2:row,1:col-1])
But doesn't work because I think that numpy.var work over all the matrix and
not only in the 3x3 window!!Is it correct???
Thanks in advance for any answers!!!
Solimyr
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