Right, I understand what he meant about it being a numpy object rather than
a list. For some reason, however, I thought "ndarray" implied
multidimensional arrays. Thanks again for the clarification.
On Dec 22, 2010 2:08pm, js oishi <jsoishi(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Just as a point of clarification,
> I suspect you mean a one-dimensional array, instead of a
> array (ndarray) here? If not, what are the other dimensions for?
An "ndarray" is the name of the numpy ndimensional array
Matt was trying to clarify that it is a numpy array rather than a
native python list, not specifying that it is N-dimensional in the
sense of greater than one. An ndarray could be one-dimensional, for
$ python -c "import numpy as na; a = na.zeros(10); print
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