I want to plot something like:

X(time) Ypoints

0 8

1

2 7

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

I want to plot something like:

X(time) Ypoints

0 8

1

2 7

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

Sorry, It's an awkward manipulation. I finish the mail

2012/1/27 Fabien Lafont <lafont.fabien@...287...>:

I want to plot something like:

X(time) Ypoints

0 8

1

2 7

3 6

4 4

5

6

7 7

8 2

9 10

In fact I've recorded some live datas and when I use genfromtxt() the

blank parts are "translated" as 'nan' and I can't for example fit it

with polynomials.

Fri, 27 Jan 2012 16:48:25 +0100

Fabien Lafont a écrit:

I want to plot something like:

X(time) Ypoints

0 8

1

2 7

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

Sorry if I'm missing something, but can't you plot Y [8,7] against X [0,2] ?

--

Jérôme

If you plot the data, it should skip data points that are NaNs and you should see a break in the line IIRC. Is that not what you want?

Ben Root

On Fri, Jan 27, 2012 at 9:52 AM, Fabien Lafont <lafont.fabien@…287…> wrote:

Sorry, It’s an awkward manipulation. I finish the mail

2012/1/27 Fabien Lafont <lafont.fabien@…287…>:

I want to plot something like:

X(time) Ypoints

0 8

1

2 7

3 6

4 4

5

6

7 7

8 2

9 10

In fact I’ve recorded some live datas and when I use genfromtxt() the

blank parts are “translated” as ‘nan’ and I can’t for example fit it

with polynomials.

Yes in fact it plot it well, but then I have a vector like:

[3702.1399999999999, nan, nan, nan, 3703.79, nan, nan, nan,

3704.6900000000001, 3704.8400000000001]

and it's impossible to fit it. It return 'nan'.

Ive tried:

for i in range(0,NbPts):

if column1[i] == nan:

column1[i].remove(nan)

column2[i].remove(nan)

to remove these points but it doesn't work

2012/1/27 Benjamin Root <ben.root@...1304...>:

On Fri, Jan 27, 2012 at 9:52 AM, Fabien Lafont <lafont.fabien@...287...> > wrote:

Sorry, It's an awkward manipulation. I finish the mail

2012/1/27 Fabien Lafont <lafont.fabien@...287...>:

> I want to plot something like:

>

>

> X(time) Ypoints

> 0 8

> 1

> 2 7

> 3 6

> 4 4

> 5

> 6

> 7 7

> 8 2

> 9 10In fact I've recorded some live datas and when I use genfromtxt() the

blank parts are "translated" as 'nan' and I can't for example fit it

with polynomials.If you plot the data, it should skip data points that are NaNs and you

should see a break in the line IIRC. Is that not what you want?Ben Root

You can’t do equality tests with NaNs (us np.isnan(), instead). This question is more suited for the Numpy list.

Ben Root

On Fri, Jan 27, 2012 at 10:11 AM, Fabien Lafont <lafont.fabien@…287…> wrote:

Yes in fact it plot it well, but then I have a vector like:

[3702.1399999999999, nan, nan, nan, 3703.79, nan, nan, nan,

3704.6900000000001, 3704.8400000000001]

and it’s impossible to fit it. It return ‘nan’.

Ive tried:

for i in range(0,NbPts):

`if column1[i] == nan: column1[i].remove(nan) column2[i].remove(nan)`

to remove these points but it doesn’t work

What about masked arrays ?

http://docs.scipy.org/doc/numpy/reference/maskedarray.html

--

Fabrice Silva

Thanks a lot, I'll try to remove the points using isnan()

2012/1/27 Fabrice Silva <silva@...1918...>:

What about masked arrays ?

http://docs.scipy.org/doc/numpy/reference/maskedarray.html--

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Ive tried:

for i in range(0,NbPts):

if column1[i] == nan:

column1[i].remove(nan)

column2[i].remove(nan)to remove these points but it doesn't work

you are close, I think what you want is:

# assuming column1 and 2 are numpy arrays

import numpy as np

for i in range(0,NbPts):

if np.isnan(column1[i]):

column1=np.remove(column1,i,0)

column1=np.remove(column2,i,0)

On Jan 27, 2012, at 9:11 AM, Fabien Lafont wrote:

2012/1/27 Benjamin Root <ben.root@...1304...>:

On Fri, Jan 27, 2012 at 9:52 AM, Fabien Lafont <lafont.fabien@...287...> >> wrote:

Sorry, It's an awkward manipulation. I finish the mail

2012/1/27 Fabien Lafont <lafont.fabien@...287...>:

I want to plot something like:

X(time) Ypoints

0 8

1

2 7

3 6

4 4

5

6

7 7

8 2

9 10In fact I've recorded some live datas and when I use genfromtxt() the

blank parts are "translated" as 'nan' and I can't for example fit it

with polynomials.If you plot the data, it should skip data points that are NaNs and you

should see a break in the line IIRC. Is that not what you want?Ben Root

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