brainbox.numerical¶
Functions
Given a vector of sorted values, returns a boolean vector indices True when the value is between bounds. If multiple bounds are given, returns the equivalent OR of individual bounds tuple Especially useful for spike times indices = between_sorted(spike_times, [tstart, tstop]) :param sorted_v: vector containing sorted values (won’t check) :param bounds: minimum included value and maximum included value can be a list[tstart, tstop] or an array of dimension (n, 2) :return:. 

Returns first index where The purpose of this function is performance: uses low level numba and avoids looping through the full array :param mat: np.array :param val: values to search for :return: index or empty array 

Performs intersection on multiple columns arrays a0 and a1 :param a0: :param a1: :param assume_unique: If True, the input arrays are both assumed to be unique, which can speed up the calculation. 

equivalent of np.isin but returns indices as in the matlab ismember function returns an array containing logical 1 (true) where the data in A is B also returns the location of members in b such as a[lia] == b[locb] :param a: 1d  array :param b: 1d  array :return: isin, locb 

Equivalent of np.isin but returns indices as in the matlab ismember function returns an array containing logical 1 (true) where the data in A is B also returns the location of members in b such as a[lia, :] == b[locb, :] :param a: 2d array :param b: 2d array :return: isin, locb 

Detects which points of the input vector lie within one of the ranges specified in the ranges. 

between_sorted
(sorted_v, bounds=None)[source]¶ Given a vector of sorted values, returns a boolean vector indices True when the value is between bounds. If multiple bounds are given, returns the equivalent OR of individual bounds tuple Especially useful for spike times
indices = between_sorted(spike_times, [tstart, tstop])
 Parameters
sorted_v – vector containing sorted values (won’t check)
bounds – minimum included value and maximum included value can be a list[tstart, tstop] or an array of dimension (n, 2)
 Returns

ismember
(a, b)[source]¶ equivalent of np.isin but returns indices as in the matlab ismember function returns an array containing logical 1 (true) where the data in A is B also returns the location of members in b such as a[lia] == b[locb] :param a: 1d  array :param b: 1d  array :return: isin, locb

ismember2d
(a, b)[source]¶ Equivalent of np.isin but returns indices as in the matlab ismember function returns an array containing logical 1 (true) where the data in A is B also returns the location of members in b such as a[lia, :] == b[locb, :] :param a: 2d array :param b: 2d array :return: isin, locb

intersect2d
(a0, a1, assume_unique=False)[source]¶ Performs intersection on multiple columns arrays a0 and a1 :param a0: :param a1: :param assume_unique: If True, the input arrays are both assumed to be unique, which can speed up the calculation. :return: intersection :return: index of a0 such as intersection = a0[ia, :] :return: index of b0 such as intersection = b0[ib, :]

find_first_2d
(mat, val)[source]¶ Returns first index where The purpose of this function is performance: uses low level numba and avoids looping through the full array :param mat: np.array :param val: values to search for :return: index or empty array

within_ranges
(x: numpy.ndarray, ranges: Union[numpy.ndarray, Sequence], labels: Optional[Union[numpy.ndarray, Sequence]] = None, mode: str = 'vector', dtype: Type[D] = 'int8') → numpy.ndarray[source]¶ Detects which points of the input vector lie within one of the ranges specified in the ranges. Returns an array the size of x with a 1 if the corresponding point is within a range.
The function uses a stable sort algorithm (timsort) to find the edges within the input array. Edge behaviour is inclusive.
Ranges are [(start0, stop0), (start1, stop1), etc.] or nby2 numpy array. The ranges may be optionally assigned a row in ‘matrix’ mode or a numerical label in ‘vector’ mode. Labels must have a length of n. Overlapping ranges have a value that is the sum of the relevant range labels (ones in ‘matrix’ mode).
If mode is ‘vector’ (default) it will give a vector, specifying the range of each point. If mode is ‘matrix’ it will give a matrix output where each range is assigned a particular row index with 1 if the point belongs to that range label. Multiple ranges can be assigned to a particular row, e.g. [0, 0,1] would give a 2byN matrix with the first two ranges in the first row. Points within more than one range are given a value > 1
 Parameters
x (array_like) – An array whose points are tested against the ranges. multidimensional arrays are flattened to 1D
ranges (array_like) – A list of tuples or Nby2 array of ranges to test, where N is the number of ranges, i.e. [[start0, stop0], [start1, stop1]]
labels (vector, list) – If mode is ‘vector’; a list of integer labels to demarcate which points lie within each range. In ‘matrix’ mode; a list of column indices (ranges can share indices). The number of labels should match the number of ranges. If None, ones are used for all ranges.
mode ({'matrix', 'vector'}) – The type of output to return. If ‘matrix’ (default), an NbyM matrix is returned where N is the size of x and M corresponds to the max index in labels, e.g. with labels=[0,1,2], the output matrix would have 3 columns. If ‘vector’ a vector the size of x is returned.
dtype (str, numeric or boolean type) – The data type of the returned array. If type is bool, the labels in vector mode will be ignored. Default is int8.
 Returns
A vector of size like x where zeros indicate that the points do not lie within ranges (
‘vector’ mode) or a matrix where out.shape[0] == x.size and out.shape[1] == max(labels) + 1.
Examples
# Assert that points in ranges are mutually exclusive np.all(within_ranges(x, ranges) <= 1)
>>> import numpy as np >>> within_ranges(np.arange(11), [(1, 2), (5, 8)]) array([0, 1, 1, 0, 0, 1, 1, 1, 1, 0, 0], dtype=int8) >>> ranges = np.array([[1, 2], [5, 8]]) >>> within_ranges(np.arange(10) + 1, ranges, labels=np.array([0,1]), mode='matrix') array([[1, 1, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0], [0, 0, 0, 0, 1, 1, 1, 1, 0, 0]], dtype=int8) >>> within_ranges(np.arange(11), [(1,2), (5,8), (4,6)], labels=[0,1,1], mode='matrix') array([[0, 1, 1, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0], [0, 0, 0, 0, 1, 2, 2, 1, 1, 0, 0]], dtype=int8) >>> within_ranges(np.arange(10) + 1, ranges, np.array([3,1]), mode='vector') array([3, 3, 0, 0, 1, 1, 1, 1, 0, 0], dtype=int8) >>> within_ranges(np.arange(11), [(1,2), (5,8), (4,6)], dtype=bool) array([False, True, True, False, True, True, True, True, True, False, False])