[IronPython] n-dimensional array

Michael Foord fuzzyman at voidspace.org.uk
Fri Nov 13 12:18:28 CET 2009

Aravin wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> I’m developing an application for my research project. I’m using 
> IronPython as a scripting engine to allow easy data manipulation like 
> Matlab. I require a high performance n-dimensional array class. Does 
> anyone know of any .net library which provides a powerful 
> n-dimensional array?
> I would like to do slicing operations on the array like in NumPy. 
> (A[:2, :5] etc.)
I doubt you will find a .NET library that supports slicing in the same 
way as numpy...

You might try looking at Math.NET though:


> And also things like ones(…) zeros(…). I tried to use NumPy with 
> Ironclad but im having some issues

Have you reported those issues?

All the best,

Michael Foord
> and would prefer if I could have a .net/ Ironpython ndarray library. 
> Can you please recommend me any such library? Thanks
> Aravin
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