appending values into array instead of a list
castironpi at gmail.com
Mon Dec 8 21:09:47 CET 2008
On Dec 8, 9:03 am, trias <t.gkikopou... at dundee.ac.uk> wrote:
> I have this little script:
> So on the above I am appending values from signaldict indexed by i for every
> object in the ref list. This way I calculate the sum of all values with
> similar indexing i value. Would I be able to store the signaldict[i] for
> every line individually in a multidimensional array?
I think you want arrays of tuples, not parallel arrays. Just append a
tuple instead of a plain number.
>>> a= 
>>> a.append( ( 10, -1 ) )
>>> a.append( ( 20, -1.1 ) )
[(10, -1), (20, -1.1000000000000001)]
For true multidimensional arrays of a uniform type, there is 'numpy'.
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