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comment ndim in numpy array loaded with scipy.io.loadmat?
Came back to this again; scipy.io now has a very helpful reference for this: docs.scipy.org/doc/scipy/reference/tutorial/io.html
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comment ndim in numpy array loaded with scipy.io.loadmat?
To build the dimensions correctly, the scipy list says to build the structure first with empty() and then populate it with data.
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I agree that this isn't a very numpy-compatible format, but it's what I need to use for another software package, so I'm locked into it. I think you need to be making cell arrays in the example above, like: {0 30 60 'bob'}; which would be nested cell arrays. I will always have arrays of doubles, so I don't need to worry about sub-cells or structs.
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