[Numpy-discussion] how to use the name of a ndarray as a string
Olivier Delalleau
shish at keba.be
Thu Nov 10 06:57:25 EST 2011
In such a situation you should probably use a dictionary from the start,
i.e.:
d3['index'] = np.arange(100)
then use d3['index'] everywhere instead of index.
It can be more convenient (notation-wise) to use an object instead, i.e.
either work within a class method (self.index = np.arange(100)), or use a
class as storage instead of a dictionary:
class ArrayHolder(object):
pass
a = ArrayHolder()
a.index = np.arange(100)
...
d3 = a.__dict__.copy()
Finally, another option I can see is to use a custom class that holds both
a numpy array and a name. Maybe with a convenient accessor to the array
through the call method:
class NamedArray(object):
def __init__(self, array, name):
self.array = array
self.name = name
def __call__(self):
return self.array
index = NamedArray(numpy.arange(100), 'index')
... # use index() in the rest of the code whenever you want the numpy
array
d3[index.name] = index()
-=- Olivier
2011/11/10 Chao YUE <chaoyuejoy at gmail.com>
> Hi,
>
> Does anyone know how I can quickly use the name of a ndarray as a string?
> for example, I have
> In [54]: index=np.arange(100)
>
> then I want to use the name 'index' as a key in a new dictionary:
> d3=dict()
> d3['index']=index
>
> I can do it like the way above, but I have many ndarray variables that
> need to be included in the dictionary.
> is there something like:
> d3[index.name()]=index
> while index.name() would equal the string 'index'?
>
> I hope my question is clear. thanks to all.
>
> Chao
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