Christopher T King
squirrel at WPI.EDU
Thu Aug 12 20:48:19 CEST 2004
On Thu, 12 Aug 2004, Christopher T King wrote:
> On 12 Aug 2004, Michael Drumheller wrote:
> > Basically, it seems to me that NumArray simply does not support
> > the distinction between a column vector and a row vector. That
> > is, if you have x=[1,2,3], then transpose(x) is a no-op. True?
> False. You have to supply numarray with a two-dimensional array in order
> to perform a two-dimensional transpose:
Where by "False" I meant "The first sentence is false, but the second
sentence is true". Column vectors and row vectors must be represented as
two-dimensional arrays; transpose() of a one-dimensional array is a no-op
since all transpose() does (by default) is reverse the order of the axes.
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