NumPy is an extension to the Python programming language, adding support for large, multi-dimensional arrays and matrices, along with a large library of high-level mathematical functions to operate on these arrays.

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Installing pandas with Esri's python?

Trying to get pandas to import, but I'm getting what looks like an error caused by a failed dependency of the version of my Esri-provided numpy's compile, based on this stackoverflow posting. Here's ...
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ArcGIS Raster Calculator error 000539 ImportError: No module named numpy?

I am running ArcGIS 10.2.1 on Win7 64bit. I have finished doing an NDVI, and after defining a vegetation presence threshold at 0.05, opened the Raster Calculator (via Map Algebra in the Arc Toolbox) ...
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How to fully load a raster into a numpy array?

I have been trying to check my filters on DEM raster for pattern recognition and it is always resulting in missing last rows and columns(like..20). I have tried with PIL library, image load. Then with ...
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Subsetting GeoTIFF with Python

I'm sub-setting a GeoTIFF with the GDAL Python binding and numpy. Essentially, I am providing a central location (coordinates of a flux tower) from which I produce a subsetted image. I then want to ...
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Creating numpy.array with variable number of fields to test arcpy.da.ExtendTable performance?

There was an ArcPy Café blog posting entitled Adding Fields: Performance Tips which advocated: Two approaches to help increase performance when adding numerous fields to a table or feature ...
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raster algebra in python with rasters of different extents

I am trying to find out how to use GDAL & numpy modules to average a set of rasters....which are Sigma0 values from satellite passes at different times within a year. Each raster has been ...
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Adding noise to a raster

I want to add some fine-grained noise to a raster in an automated python process (i.e. I do not want to use Photoshop or GIMP). I looked at PIL, but unless I'm mistaken, it doesn't seem to have any ...