This function is similar to numpy.array except for the fact that it has fewer parameters. This routine is useful for converting Python sequence into ndarray.
numpy.asarray(a, dtype = None, order = None)
|a||Input data in any form such as list, list of tuples, tuples, tuple of tuples or tuple of lists|
|Dtype||By default, the data type of input data is applied to the resultant ndarray|
|Order||C (row major) or F (column major). C is default|
# convert list to ndarray import numpy as np x = [1,2,3] a = np.asarray(x) print (a)
[1 2 3]
# dtype is set import numpy as np x = [1,2,3] a = np.asarray(x, dtype = float) print (a)
[1. 2. 3.]
# ndarray from tuple import numpy as np x = (1,2,3) a = np.asarray(x) print (a)
[1 2 3]
# ndarray from list of tuples import numpy as np x = [(1,2,3),(4,5)] a = np.asarray(x) print (a)
[(1, 2, 3) (4, 5)]
This function interprets a buffer as one-dimensional array. Any object that exposes the buffer interface is used as parameter to return an ndarray.
numpy.frombuffer(buffer, dtype = float, count = -1, offset = 0)
|buffer||Any object that exposes buffer interface|
|dtype||Data type of returned ndarray. Defaults to float|
|count||The number of items to read, default -1 means all data|
|offset||The starting position to read from. Default is 0|
This function builds an ndarray object from any iterable object. A new one-dimensional array is returned by this function.
numpy.fromiter(iterable, dtype, count = -1)
|iterable||Any iterable object|
|dtype||Data type of resultant array|
|count||The number of items to be read from iterator. Default is -1 which means all data to be read|
# create list object using range function import numpy as np list = range(5) print (list)
# obtain iterator object from list import numpy as np list = range(5) it = iter(list) # use iterator to create ndarray x = np.fromiter(it, dtype = float) print (x)
[0. 1. 2. 3. 4.]
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