Python numpy.mintypecode() Examples

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Example 1
Project: lambda-packs   Author: ryfeus   File: _util.py    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def _lazywhere(cond, arrays, f, fillvalue=None, f2=None):
    """
    np.where(cond, x, fillvalue) always evaluates x even where cond is False.
    This one only evaluates f(arr1[cond], arr2[cond], ...).
    For example,
    >>> a, b = np.array([1, 2, 3, 4]), np.array([5, 6, 7, 8])
    >>> def f(a, b):
        return a*b
    >>> _lazywhere(a > 2, (a, b), f, np.nan)
    array([ nan,  nan,  21.,  32.])

    Notice it assumes that all `arrays` are of the same shape, or can be
    broadcasted together.

    """
    if fillvalue is None:
        if f2 is None:
            raise ValueError("One of (fillvalue, f2) must be given.")
        else:
            fillvalue = np.nan
    else:
        if f2 is not None:
            raise ValueError("Only one of (fillvalue, f2) can be given.")

    arrays = np.broadcast_arrays(*arrays)
    temp = tuple(np.extract(cond, arr) for arr in arrays)
    tcode = np.mintypecode([a.dtype.char for a in arrays])
    out = _valarray(np.shape(arrays[0]), value=fillvalue, typecode=tcode)
    np.place(out, cond, f(*temp))
    if f2 is not None:
        temp = tuple(np.extract(~cond, arr) for arr in arrays)
        np.place(out, ~cond, f2(*temp))

    return out 
Example 2
Project: lambda-packs   Author: ryfeus   File: _util.py    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def _lazyselect(condlist, choicelist, arrays, default=0):
    """
    Mimic `np.select(condlist, choicelist)`.

    Notice it assumes that all `arrays` are of the same shape, or can be
    broadcasted together.

    All functions in `choicelist` must accept array arguments in the order
    given in `arrays` and must return an array of the same shape as broadcasted
    `arrays`.

    Examples
    --------
    >>> x = np.arange(6)
    >>> np.select([x <3, x > 3], [x**2, x**3], default=0)
    array([  0,   1,   4,   0,  64, 125])

    >>> _lazyselect([x < 3, x > 3], [lambda x: x**2, lambda x: x**3], (x,))
    array([   0.,    1.,    4.,   0.,   64.,  125.])

    >>> a = -np.ones_like(x)
    >>> _lazyselect([x < 3, x > 3],
    ...             [lambda x, a: x**2, lambda x, a: a * x**3],
    ...             (x, a), default=np.nan)
    array([   0.,    1.,    4.,   nan,  -64., -125.])

    """
    arrays = np.broadcast_arrays(*arrays)
    tcode = np.mintypecode([a.dtype.char for a in arrays])
    out = _valarray(np.shape(arrays[0]), value=default, typecode=tcode)
    for index in range(len(condlist)):
        func, cond = choicelist[index], condlist[index]
        if np.all(cond is False):
            continue
        cond, _ = np.broadcast_arrays(cond, arrays[0])
        temp = tuple(np.extract(cond, arr) for arr in arrays)
        np.place(out, cond, func(*temp))
    return out 
Example 3
Project: vnpy_crypto   Author: birforce   File: scipy.py    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def _lazywhere(cond, arrays, f, fillvalue=None, f2=None):
    """
    np.where(cond, x, fillvalue) always evaluates x even where cond is False.
    This one only evaluates f(arr1[cond], arr2[cond], ...).
    For example,
    >>> a, b = np.array([1, 2, 3, 4]), np.array([5, 6, 7, 8])
    >>> def f(a, b):
        return a*b
    >>> _lazywhere(a > 2, (a, b), f, np.nan)
    array([ nan,  nan,  21.,  32.])
    Notice it assumes that all `arrays` are of the same shape, or can be
    broadcasted together.
    """
    if fillvalue is None:
        if f2 is None:
            raise ValueError("One of (fillvalue, f2) must be given.")
        else:
            fillvalue = np.nan
    else:
        if f2 is not None:
            raise ValueError("Only one of (fillvalue, f2) can be given.")

    arrays = np.broadcast_arrays(*arrays)
    temp = tuple(np.extract(cond, arr) for arr in arrays)
    tcode = np.mintypecode([a.dtype.char for a in arrays])
    out = _valarray(np.shape(arrays[0]), value=fillvalue, typecode=tcode)
    np.place(out, cond, f(*temp))
    if f2 is not None:
        temp = tuple(np.extract(~cond, arr) for arr in arrays)
        np.place(out, ~cond, f2(*temp))

    return out


# Work around for complex chnges in gammaln in 1.0.0.  loggamma introduced in 0.18. 
Example 4
Project: Computable   Author: ktraunmueller   File: filter_design.py    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def lp2bp(b, a, wo=1.0, bw=1.0):
    """
    Transform a lowpass filter prototype to a bandpass filter.

    Return an analog band-pass filter with center frequency `wo` and
    bandwidth `bw` from an analog low-pass filter prototype with unity
    cutoff frequency, in transfer function ('ba') representation.

    """
    a, b = map(atleast_1d, (a, b))
    D = len(a) - 1
    N = len(b) - 1
    artype = mintypecode((a, b))
    ma = max([N, D])
    Np = N + ma
    Dp = D + ma
    bprime = numpy.zeros(Np + 1, artype)
    aprime = numpy.zeros(Dp + 1, artype)
    wosq = wo * wo
    for j in range(Np + 1):
        val = 0.0
        for i in range(0, N + 1):
            for k in range(0, i + 1):
                if ma - i + 2 * k == j:
                    val += comb(i, k) * b[N - i] * (wosq) ** (i - k) / bw ** i
        bprime[Np - j] = val
    for j in range(Dp + 1):
        val = 0.0
        for i in range(0, D + 1):
            for k in range(0, i + 1):
                if ma - i + 2 * k == j:
                    val += comb(i, k) * a[D - i] * (wosq) ** (i - k) / bw ** i
        aprime[Dp - j] = val

    return normalize(bprime, aprime) 
Example 5
Project: Computable   Author: ktraunmueller   File: filter_design.py    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def lp2bs(b, a, wo=1.0, bw=1.0):
    """
    Transform a lowpass filter prototype to a highpass filter.

    Return an analog band-stop filter with center frequency `wo` and
    bandwidth `bw` from an analog low-pass filter prototype with unity
    cutoff frequency, in transfer function ('ba') representation.

    """
    a, b = map(atleast_1d, (a, b))
    D = len(a) - 1
    N = len(b) - 1
    artype = mintypecode((a, b))
    M = max([N, D])
    Np = M + M
    Dp = M + M
    bprime = numpy.zeros(Np + 1, artype)
    aprime = numpy.zeros(Dp + 1, artype)
    wosq = wo * wo
    for j in range(Np + 1):
        val = 0.0
        for i in range(0, N + 1):
            for k in range(0, M - i + 1):
                if i + 2 * k == j:
                    val += (comb(M - i, k) * b[N - i] *
                            (wosq) ** (M - i - k) * bw ** i)
        bprime[Np - j] = val
    for j in range(Dp + 1):
        val = 0.0
        for i in range(0, D + 1):
            for k in range(0, M - i + 1):
                if i + 2 * k == j:
                    val += (comb(M - i, k) * a[D - i] *
                            (wosq) ** (M - i - k) * bw ** i)
        aprime[Dp - j] = val

    return normalize(bprime, aprime) 
Example 6
Project: GraphicDesignPatternByPython   Author: Relph1119   File: _util.py    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def _lazywhere(cond, arrays, f, fillvalue=None, f2=None):
    """
    np.where(cond, x, fillvalue) always evaluates x even where cond is False.
    This one only evaluates f(arr1[cond], arr2[cond], ...).
    For example,
    >>> a, b = np.array([1, 2, 3, 4]), np.array([5, 6, 7, 8])
    >>> def f(a, b):
        return a*b
    >>> _lazywhere(a > 2, (a, b), f, np.nan)
    array([ nan,  nan,  21.,  32.])

    Notice it assumes that all `arrays` are of the same shape, or can be
    broadcasted together.

    """
    if fillvalue is None:
        if f2 is None:
            raise ValueError("One of (fillvalue, f2) must be given.")
        else:
            fillvalue = np.nan
    else:
        if f2 is not None:
            raise ValueError("Only one of (fillvalue, f2) can be given.")

    arrays = np.broadcast_arrays(*arrays)
    temp = tuple(np.extract(cond, arr) for arr in arrays)
    tcode = np.mintypecode([a.dtype.char for a in arrays])
    out = _valarray(np.shape(arrays[0]), value=fillvalue, typecode=tcode)
    np.place(out, cond, f(*temp))
    if f2 is not None:
        temp = tuple(np.extract(~cond, arr) for arr in arrays)
        np.place(out, ~cond, f2(*temp))

    return out 
Example 7
Project: GraphicDesignPatternByPython   Author: Relph1119   File: _util.py    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def _lazyselect(condlist, choicelist, arrays, default=0):
    """
    Mimic `np.select(condlist, choicelist)`.

    Notice it assumes that all `arrays` are of the same shape, or can be
    broadcasted together.

    All functions in `choicelist` must accept array arguments in the order
    given in `arrays` and must return an array of the same shape as broadcasted
    `arrays`.

    Examples
    --------
    >>> x = np.arange(6)
    >>> np.select([x <3, x > 3], [x**2, x**3], default=0)
    array([  0,   1,   4,   0,  64, 125])

    >>> _lazyselect([x < 3, x > 3], [lambda x: x**2, lambda x: x**3], (x,))
    array([   0.,    1.,    4.,   0.,   64.,  125.])

    >>> a = -np.ones_like(x)
    >>> _lazyselect([x < 3, x > 3],
    ...             [lambda x, a: x**2, lambda x, a: a * x**3],
    ...             (x, a), default=np.nan)
    array([   0.,    1.,    4.,   nan,  -64., -125.])

    """
    arrays = np.broadcast_arrays(*arrays)
    tcode = np.mintypecode([a.dtype.char for a in arrays])
    out = _valarray(np.shape(arrays[0]), value=default, typecode=tcode)
    for index in range(len(condlist)):
        func, cond = choicelist[index], condlist[index]
        if np.all(cond is False):
            continue
        cond, _ = np.broadcast_arrays(cond, arrays[0])
        temp = tuple(np.extract(cond, arr) for arr in arrays)
        np.place(out, cond, func(*temp))
    return out 
Example 8
Project: Splunking-Crime   Author: nccgroup   File: _util.py    License: GNU Affero General Public License v3.0 5 votes vote down vote up
def _lazywhere(cond, arrays, f, fillvalue=None, f2=None):
    """
    np.where(cond, x, fillvalue) always evaluates x even where cond is False.
    This one only evaluates f(arr1[cond], arr2[cond], ...).
    For example,
    >>> a, b = np.array([1, 2, 3, 4]), np.array([5, 6, 7, 8])
    >>> def f(a, b):
        return a*b
    >>> _lazywhere(a > 2, (a, b), f, np.nan)
    array([ nan,  nan,  21.,  32.])

    Notice it assumes that all `arrays` are of the same shape, or can be
    broadcasted together.

    """
    if fillvalue is None:
        if f2 is None:
            raise ValueError("One of (fillvalue, f2) must be given.")
        else:
            fillvalue = np.nan
    else:
        if f2 is not None:
            raise ValueError("Only one of (fillvalue, f2) can be given.")

    arrays = np.broadcast_arrays(*arrays)
    temp = tuple(np.extract(cond, arr) for arr in arrays)
    tcode = np.mintypecode([a.dtype.char for a in arrays])
    out = _valarray(np.shape(arrays[0]), value=fillvalue, typecode=tcode)
    np.place(out, cond, f(*temp))
    if f2 is not None:
        temp = tuple(np.extract(~cond, arr) for arr in arrays)
        np.place(out, ~cond, f2(*temp))

    return out 
Example 9
Project: Splunking-Crime   Author: nccgroup   File: _util.py    License: GNU Affero General Public License v3.0 5 votes vote down vote up
def _lazyselect(condlist, choicelist, arrays, default=0):
    """
    Mimic `np.select(condlist, choicelist)`.

    Notice it assumes that all `arrays` are of the same shape, or can be
    broadcasted together.

    All functions in `choicelist` must accept array arguments in the order
    given in `arrays` and must return an array of the same shape as broadcasted
    `arrays`.

    Examples
    --------
    >>> x = np.arange(6)
    >>> np.select([x <3, x > 3], [x**2, x**3], default=0)
    array([  0,   1,   4,   0,  64, 125])

    >>> _lazyselect([x < 3, x > 3], [lambda x: x**2, lambda x: x**3], (x,))
    array([   0.,    1.,    4.,   0.,   64.,  125.])

    >>> a = -np.ones_like(x)
    >>> _lazyselect([x < 3, x > 3],
    ...             [lambda x, a: x**2, lambda x, a: a * x**3],
    ...             (x, a), default=np.nan)
    array([   0.,    1.,    4.,   nan,  -64., -125.])

    """
    arrays = np.broadcast_arrays(*arrays)
    tcode = np.mintypecode([a.dtype.char for a in arrays])
    out = _valarray(np.shape(arrays[0]), value=default, typecode=tcode)
    for index in range(len(condlist)):
        func, cond = choicelist[index], condlist[index]
        if np.all(cond is False):
            continue
        cond, _ = np.broadcast_arrays(cond, arrays[0])
        temp = tuple(np.extract(cond, arr) for arr in arrays)
        np.place(out, cond, func(*temp))
    return out