[Numpy-discussion] repeat array in a fake dim without stride_tricks ?
Pierre Haessig
pierre.haessig at crans.org
Thu Dec 12 09:20:05 EST 2013
Hello,
In order to repeat rows or columns of an array as
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1550130/cloning-row-or-column-vectors
I can use np.repeat as suggested by pv. However, looking at the flags of
the resulting array, data seems to be copied and actually repeated in
memory. This is not applicable if want a 1000x repetition.
What are the other options for such a repeat ?
On scipy lectures, there is a suggestion to use as_strided :
http://scipy-lectures.github.io/advanced/advanced_numpy/#example-fake-dimensions-with-strides
Otherwise, I see broadcast_arrays :
> N = 3
> data = np.arange(N)
> np.broadcast_arrays(data[:,None], np.zeros((1,2)))[0]
array([[0, 0],
[1, 1],
[2, 2]])
This works but it feels like invoking a magic formula. Did I miss a
simpler function ?
best,
Pierre
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