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how to do the mapping btw numpy arrayvalues and matrix columns

hi
i am looking for some info about mapping btw values in an array and
corresponding columns of a matrix

i have an numpy array=[11.0,33.0,22.0,55.0,44.0]
and a numpy matrix object=
matrix(([1.3,2.5,3.2,6.7,3.1],
[9.7,5.6,4.8,2.5,2.2],
[5.1,3.7,9.6,3.1,6.7],
[5.6,3.3,1.5,2.4,8.5]))
the first value of array(ie 11.0) is related to the first column of
matrix and so on..
i wish to create a mapping btw each val of array and corresponding col
of matrix..and then i want to sort the array and retrieve the matrix
columns for some values of sorted array..can anyone advise how to go
about it..

dn

Nov 3 '07 #1
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de****@gmail.com wrote:
hi
i am looking for some info about mapping btw values in an array and
corresponding columns of a matrix

i have an numpy array=[11.0,33.0,22.0,55.0,44.0]
and a numpy matrix object=
matrix(([1.3,2.5,3.2,6.7,3.1],
[9.7,5.6,4.8,2.5,2.2],
[5.1,3.7,9.6,3.1,6.7],
[5.6,3.3,1.5,2.4,8.5]))
the first value of array(ie 11.0) is related to the first column of
matrix and so on..
i wish to create a mapping btw each val of array and corresponding col
of matrix..and then i want to sort the array and retrieve the matrix
columns for some values of sorted array..can anyone advise how to go
about it..

dn
If this were a less helpful mailing list I'd say something like "there
is also a numpy mailing list and you've overwritten the object class."

Anyway, the following would work, but it's not going to be fast for
millions of elements:

from numpy import matrix, asarray
obj = matrix(([1.3,2.5,3.2,6.7,3.1],
[9.7,5.6,4.8,2.5,2.2],
[5.1,3.7,9.6,3.1,6.7],
[5.6,3.3,1.5,2.4,8.5]))
ar = asarray(obj)
val_to_col_list = []
for row in ar:
for ind,val in enumerate(row):
val_to_col_list.append((val,ind))
val_to_col_list.sort()

If instead you require a map, such that each value maps to a list of the
columns it appears in, you could try the following:

val_col_map = {}
for row in ar:
for col,val in enumerate(row):
tmplist=val_col_map.get(val,[])
tmplist.append(col)
val_col_map[val]=tmplist
val_keys = val_col_map.keys()
val_keys.sort()

val_keys is now a sorted list of unique values from your original
matrix. Use these values as keys for val_col_map.

Eww... but it works. You'll want to be really careful with floating
point numbers as keys, see http://docs.python.org/tut/node16.html for
more details.

Best of luck,

Cameron.
Nov 3 '07 #2
CW,
thanx for the reply..but i was looking for a mapping BTW each item of
a numpy.ndarray and the corresponding column of a numpy.matrix ,after
some struggle :-) i came up with this

#a function to return a column from a matrix
def getcol(data, colindex):
return data[:,colindex] #returns a matrix obj

#function to set a column of a matrix with a given matrix
def setcol(data, inmat,colindex):
data[:,colindex]=inmat #both data and inmat are matrix objs

#now i have an ndarray with 5 elements
evalarray=array(([11.0,33.0,22.0,55.0,44.0]))

#and a matrix with 5 columns
evectmat=matrix(([1.3,2.5,3.2,6.7,3.1],
[9.7,5.6,4.8,2.5,2.2],
[5.1,3.7,9.6,3.1,6.7],
[5.6,3.3,1.5,2.4,8.5]

))

the first column of evectmat corresponds to first element of evalarray
and so on..
then i did this

mydict=dict(
[(evalarray[x],getcol(evectmat,x)) for x in range(len(evalarray))]
)
klst=mydict.keys()

klst.sort()
klst.reverse() #because i want the largest value as first

newevectmat=matrix(zeros((4,5)))

for x in range(len(klst)):
newcol=mydict[klst[x]]
setcol(newevectmat,newcol,x)

print "newevectmat:"
print newevectmat

this gives me the desired result..now i have a new matrix with columns
arranged corresponding to the values of evalarray

i don't know if this is a good way(or even pythonish ) to do it..i am
a beginner afterall.!. any suggestions most welcome
TIA
dn



>
from numpy import matrix, asarray
obj = matrix(([1.3,2.5,3.2,6.7,3.1],
[9.7,5.6,4.8,2.5,2.2],
[5.1,3.7,9.6,3.1,6.7],
[5.6,3.3,1.5,2.4,8.5]))
ar = asarray(obj)
val_to_col_list = []
for row in ar:
for ind,val in enumerate(row):
val_to_col_list.append((val,ind))
val_to_col_list.sort()

If instead you require a map, such that each value maps to a list of the
columns it appears in, you could try the following:

val_col_map = {}
for row in ar:
for col,val in enumerate(row):
tmplist=val_col_map.get(val,[])
tmplist.append(col)
val_col_map[val]=tmplist
val_keys = val_col_map.keys()
val_keys.sort()

val_keys is now a sorted list of unique values from your original
matrix. Use these values as keys for val_col_map.

Eww... but it works. You'll want to be really careful with floating
point numbers as keys, seehttp://docs.python.org/tut/node16.htmlfor
more details.

Best of luck,

Cameron.

Nov 4 '07 #3

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