[SciPy-user] Saving Data as Modul!!
fccoelho at gmail.com
Mon Nov 6 17:58:18 CST 2006
Just be careful with pickle, last time I checked, Numpy arrays were not
Pylab ( matplotlib offers a function to save and load matrices in csv
import Pylab as P
mymatrix = P.arange(1000)
mym = P.load("data.csv")
On 11/6/06, Gary Ruben <gruben at bigpond.net.au> wrote:
> Hi Volker,
> If your only requirement is that your data all be stored in a single
> file, you may be able to do this by pickling it if you group it into one
> object first. If you have a lot of disparate data, perhaps building an
> hdf5 file with pytables may be the best solution.
> Gary R.
> Volker Lorrmann wrote:
> > Hi guys,
> > just a short question. How can i save data that´s generated by a script
> > as an python modul, so i can "import" my data later again.
> > Something like export (opposite of import ;) ) would be great.
> > I´m running the script on ipython.I know of pickle. But i just wanna
> > save all data in one modul.
> > Thanks so far
> > Volker Lorrmann
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