[SciPy-User] [SciPy-user] Looping over one variable keeping the others constant
surfcast23
surfcast23@gmail....
Sun Apr 15 17:44:52 CDT 2012
I looked through itertools in the documentation but did not find anything. I
will see if I can adapt the other suggestions.
surfcast23 wrote:
>
> Thanks for every ones replies. I'm sorry I am just replying I was out of
> town for a few days. I will look into everyones suggestions. The main
> thing is that I need a function that can use equations such as
>
> x[i]= const+x
> x+=const
> y[i]= const+y
> y+=const
>
> So that x and y increment by whatever the constant is and that new value
> is what is used to get the next array element.
>
>
>
> surfcast23 wrote:
>>
>> Hi All,
>>
>> I would like to know how one can loop over one variable incrementing it
>> while keeping the second fixed. With the final out put being a table of
>> values. For example hold y fixed and increment x then increment y and
>> re-increment x so you would get something like this
>>
>> x,y
>> 1,1
>> 2,1
>> 3,1
>> 1,2
>> 2,2
>> 3,2
>>
>> thanks in advance
>>
>
>
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