Select column from a list
Piet van Oostrum
piet at cs.uu.nl
Fri Aug 28 15:23:47 CEST 2009
>>>>> hoffik <beorn at seznam.cz> (h) wrote:
>h> I'm quite new in Python and I have one question. I have a 2D matrix of
>h> values stored in list (3 columns, many rows). I wonder if I can select one
>h> column without having to go through the list with 'for' command.
>h> For example I have list called 'values'.
>h> When I write 'values' or 'values[:]' I'll get the first row.
>h> But when I write 'values[:]' I won't get the first column, but the first
>h> row again! I can't see why.
If you work with matrices, numpy may be interesting for you. It does
have the required functionality: M[:,0] will give you the first column.
Piet van Oostrum <piet at cs.uu.nl>
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