Just a clarification:

When I store an object from a narray with dtype (for example) float64, this means the stored variable is of scalar object of float64's .type attribute.

>>> somearray = numpy.array([1,2,3,4,5], dtype='float64')

>>> somefloat = somearray[0]

>>> type(somefloat)

<type 'numpy.float64'>

So numpy.float64 is a scalar type. The dtype is only there to tell the numpy array how to handle the data in the array.

## Monday, June 8, 2009

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