What are the possible numpy value format strings?

What are the possible numpy value format strings?

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What are the possible numpy value format strings?
Tag : python , By : Jenuel
Date : November 24 2020, 09:00 AM

it should still fix some issue np.savetxt is using the old-fashioned (Py2) % style formatting. The key line is:
for row in X:
    fh.write(asbytes(format % tuple(row) + newline))
# `fmt` can be a string with multiple insertion points or a
# list of formats.  E.g. '%10.5f\t%10d' or ('%10.5f', '$10d')
In [22]: np.savetxt('text.txt',np.ones((2,4)),fmt='%s: %10d, %10.5fl %.4e')

In [23]: cat text.txt
1.0:          1,    1.00000l 1.0000e+00
1.0:          1,    1.00000l 1.0000e+00
In [24]: '%s: %10d, %10.5fl %.4e'%(1,1,1,1)
Out[24]: '1:          1,    1.00000l 1.0000e+00'
In [25]: '%s: %10d, %10.5fl %.4e'%(1.,1.,1.,1.)

Out[25]: '1.0:          1,    1.00000l 1.0000e+00'

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How to save a mix of strings and numbers into text files in specified format using numpy.savetxt?

Tag : python , By : Mikael
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will be helpful for those in need You can't make an ndarray of nonhomogeneous array types, so stacking str_arr and flt_arr won't work. You could start by converting flt_arr into an array of strs doing something like this:
>>> np.char.mod("%4.2f", flt_arr)
array(['10.01', '11.01', '12.02'], 

How to decode a numpy array of encoded literals/strings in Python3? AttributeError: 'numpy.ndarray' object has no attrib

Tag : arrays , By : amorican
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
seems to work fine In Python 3, I have the follow NumPy array of strings. , You have an array of bytestrings; dtype is S:
In [338]: arr=np.array((b'first_element', b'element'))
In [339]: arr
array([b'first_element', b'element'], 
In [340]: arr.astype('U13')
array(['first_element', 'element'], 
In [341]: np.char.decode(arr)
array(['first_element', 'element'], 

Write numpy array of numpy strings while encoding and removing all empty spaces (Python)

Tag : python , By : Waynew
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
may help you . Starting with the array of strings from your previous question (and my answer):
arr = np.array(['\tSTART\t  0\n',  '12345 ABCDEFG',  '1A 2B3C',  '\nEN D'])
In [1153]: astr=''.join(arr)
In [1154]: astr
Out[1154]: '\tSTART\t  0\n12345 ABCDEFG1A 2B3C\nE N D'
In [1155]: import re
In [1156]: re.sub('\s','',astr)
Out[1156]: 'START012345ABCDEFG1A2B3CEND'
In [1157]: print(arr)
['\tSTART\t  0\n' '12345 ABCDEFG' '1A 2B3C' '\nE N D']
In [1158]: print(arr.tolist())
['\tSTART\t  0\n', '12345 ABCDEFG', '1A 2B3C', '\nE N D']
In [1164]: bstr=''.join(arr).encode('unicode_escape')
In [1165]: bstr
Out[1165]: b'\\tSTART\\t  0\\n12345 ABCDEFG1A 2B3C\\nE N D'
In [1166]: re.sub(b'\s',b'',bstr)
Out[1166]: b'\\tSTART\\t0\\n12345ABCDEFG1A2B3C\\nEND'
In [1168]: re.sub('\s','',astr).encode('unicode_escape')
Out[1168]: b'START012345ABCDEFG1A2B3CEND'
In [1177]: re.sub(b'\s',b'',astr.encode())
Out[1177]: b'START012345ABCDEFG1A2B3CEND'
In [1180]: b''.join(astr.encode().split())
Out[1180]: b'START012345ABCDEFG1A2B3CEND'
In [1181]: b''.join(astr.encode('unicode_escape').split())
Out[1181]: b'\\tSTART\\t0\\n12345ABCDEFG1A2B3C\\nEND'
In [1183]: (''.join(astr.split())).encode()
Out[1183]: b'START012345ABCDEFG1A2B3CEND'

numpy date issue - convert floating point year-week format to numpy's date format

Tag : python , By : MJRider
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you I have a floating point value representing the date with year-week format as follows: , Here is one way:
In [43]: a = 201423.0000

In [48]: date = np.datetime64(str(int(a // 100)), 'Y') + np.timedelta64(int(a%100), 'W')

In [49]: date
Out[49]: numpy.datetime64('2014-06-05')

Compare numpy arrays whose entries are strings, and find locations of strings

Tag : python , By : Anthony Eden
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hop of those help? With all entries from array2 present in array, we can use np.searchsorted -
sidx = array2.argsort()
out = sidx[np.searchsorted(array2,array1.ravel(),sorter=sidx).reshape(array1.shape)]
out = np.searchsorted(array2,array1.ravel()).reshape(array1.shape)
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