• iBayern

    :) usually I do use your sarcastic way:D This time, I just wanted to find the answer more qickly.

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  • iBayern

    @omz

    Thank you very much indeed...it works.

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  • iBayern

    @Webmaster4o said:

    stack

    Thank you for your quick answers.

    The header is:
    @relation banana
    @attribute At1 real[-3.09,2.81]
    @attribute At2 real[-2.39,3.19]
    @attribute Class {-1.0,1.0}
    @inputs At1, At2
    @outputs Class
    @data
    1.14,-0.114,-1.0
    -1.52,-1.15,1.0
    -1.05,0.72,-1.0
    -0.916,0.397,1.0
    -1.09,0.437,1.0
    -0.584,0.0937,1.0
    1.83,0.452,-1.0
    -1.25,-0.286,1.0
    1.7,1.21,1.0
    -0.482,-0.485,1.0
    1.79,-0.459,-1.0

    I'm using the version 2.0...Maybe the problem is the header...how can I remove the deader?

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  • iBayern

    Could not convert string to float: @relation

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  • iBayern

    Converting "*.dat" to array...

    I have imported "banana.dat" data file to pythonista... i want to convert it to array using following code...

    from numpy import *
    DataIn = loadtxt('banana.dat')
    

    But, I got error...I don not know what is the problem.

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  • iBayern

    Thank you very much every body fir all of your grat suggestion...they are really a great help.

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  • iBayern

    +1 scipy
    +1 scikit-learn
    +1 pandas
    +1 scikit-image

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  • iBayern

    Let say that we have a file named 'a.txt' saved in goodreader app. Can we read this file from pythonista without importing it? Using "Dropbox file picker" is th only way I figured out to import a file to pythonista...

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  • iBayern

    Thank you very much for this excellent update....I would like to know, according to apple restrictions, is it possible in the future you add modules like "scipy" to pythonista.

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