[SciPy-user] More elegant way to get indices of the max value in an?array?
lists.steve at arachnedesign.net
Wed Oct 18 11:24:28 CDT 2006
> On Wed, Oct 18, 2006 at 11:47:30AM -0400, Alan G Isaac wrote:
>> On Wed, 18 Oct 2006, Holden Chase apparently wrote:
>>> I would like to get the array indices of the max value in an
>>> array. Is
>>> there a more elegant way than what I have implemented below using
>>> argmax()? This routine returns the indices and the max value.
>> def arrayMaxInd(data):
>> a = asarray(data)
>> argmax1d = a.argmax()
>> rs,cs = a.shape
>> r,c = argmax1d//cs, argmax1d%cs
>> return (r,c,argmax1d)
> How about numpy.unravel_index
If you're just looking for the indices of the max value in your
array, why not just do something like:
import numpy as np
# let some_array be your array that you want to find max val for
maxval_indices = np.where(some_array == some_array.max())
That would do the trick, too .. no?
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