Parsing Python dictionary with multiple objects

Dave Angel davea at davea.name
Tue Oct 14 19:02:12 CEST 2014


anuragpatibandla7 at gmail.com Wrote in message:
> I have a dictionary that looks like this:
> {"1":{"Key1":"Value1", "Key2":"Value2", "Key3":"Value3"}, 
> "2":{"Key1":"Value1", "Key2":"Value2", "Key3":"Value3"}, 
> "3":{"Key1":"Value1", "Key2":"Value2", "Key3":"Value3"}, 
> "4":{"Key1":"Value1", "Key2":"Value2", "Key3":"Value3"}}
> 
> Now if I have 100 objects like these and I need to split them into 3 smaller dicts in a ratio 2:3:5, how could I do that?

I really have no idea what that means.  You have 100 dicts of
 dicts? Are the keys unique? If so, you could combine them with a
 loop of update.

> I tried using numpy.random.choice(), but it says it needs to be a 1-d array.
> 

How about random.choice?  It needs a sequence.

To get anything more concrete, you need to specify Python version,
  and make a clearer problem statement,  perhaps with example of
 what you expect.


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DaveA




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