[SciPy-User] calculating the mean for each factor (like tapply in R)
Oleksandr Huziy
guziy.sasha@gmail....
Wed Aug 1 08:35:53 CDT 2012
Hi,
It is pretty much the same as looping, but you could do the following
In [1]: import numpy as np
In [2]: exps = np.array([10,13,12,3,4,6,33,44,55])
In [3]: x = np.array([10,13,12,3,4,6,33,44,55])
In [4]: exps = np.array([1,1,1,2,2,2,3,3,3])
z = [np.mean(x[exps == i]) for i in np.unique( exps )]
--
Oleksandr (Sasha) Huziy
2012/8/1 Andreas Hilboll <lists@hilboll.de>
> > Hi there,
> >
> > I've just moved from R to IPython and wondered if there was a good way of
> > finding the means and/or variance of values in a dataframe given a factor
> >
> > e.g.:
> > if df =
> > x experiment
> > 10 1
> > 13 1
> > 12 1
> > 3 2
> > 4 2
> > 6 2
> > 33 3
> > 44 3
> > 55 3
> >
> > in tapply you would do:
> >
> > tapply(df$x, list(df$experiment), mean)
> > tapply(df$x, list(df$experiment), var)
> >
> > I guess I can always loop through the array for each experiment type, but
> > thought that this is the kind of functionality that would be included in
> a
> > core library.
>
> Pandas (http://pandas.pydata.org/) seems to be what you're looking for. It
> has a DataFrame class which allows grouping of data.
>
> Cheers, Andreas.
>
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