In our FBF code, there is just:
and then the usual kinds of references, for example:
cook = Numeric.array( struct.unpack( fmt, data ) )
ret = Numeric.reshape( cook, (int(nrex),) + inp.gnipuorg )
ret = Numeric.reshape( cook, inp.gnipuorg )
On Thu, 20 Jun 2002, Frank
> I'm sorry, in my last message I should have included the details of the
> error message I'm getting from the Jython Script Editor for JNumeric:
> Traceback (innermost last):
> File "L:\cvs\MassSpec\src\parse.py", line 10, in ?
> ImportError: no module named Numeric
> The module is called Numeric from within Jython (as in ' from Numeric
> import *'). It's generally called JNumeric in everyday speech, to
> distinguish it from the equivalent module in Python, which is often called
> CNumeric for the same reason. The jar file is called 'Numeric.jar', and is
> located in C:\VisADJython, where graph.py & friends also live.
> If it makes a difference, I should mention that drive L is in fact a Samba
> image of a Linux RAID configuration, though I'm running the Script Editor
> from my desktop Windows 2000 machine.
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