Creating 2D and 3D multidimensional arrays with NumPy (Python 3)
Creating 2D and 3D multidimensional arrays with NumPy
We can create ndarrays using the
np.array function. We need to use nested lists to introduce the extra dimensions. As you can see when running this example, the output (when using
Array creation using lists is doable up to 2D arrays; beyond that, list nesting quickly becomes cumbersome and unreadable. In the upcoming sections, we will see how we can address high-dimensional array creation using more straightforward ways.
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