#Samsung SCX-3400 Series usb 0x04e8 0x344f tcp 192.168.0.4
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With argsort, you get the index of the sorted array, which you can use to access the original array in sorted order. By selecting a single column for the sort algorithmn you can sort the array by the different columns
Assume an array with 3 columns and N rows
arr_org = np.random.rand((20,3))
idx=arr_org[:,3].argsort() arr_sort =arr_org[idx]
When plug in an USB stick it happens with Ubuntu that it gets mounted read-only. Even with rw mount option it is not possible to write. Often the mount point directoy is not writeable (or even accessible) to the user. This could be solved by setting the ACLs.
To see the actual access rights
$ ls -ld /media/<username>
drwxrwx---+ 2 <username> <username> 4096 Mar 4 18:32 /media/<username>
where the + charcter indicates the use of ACL. These ACL can be shown as followed
$ getfacl /media/<username> # file: <username>/ # owner: <username> # group: <username> user::rwx user:<username>:r-x group::--- mask::r-x other::---
In this example, the user is read only. This can be easily changed to read-write (rw)
setfacl -m u:<username>:rwx /media/<username>
Eventually you have to reset the dirty-bit of the FAT filesystem of your USB stick.
Using numpy and the numpy.where function is very powerfull. If you want to use several conditions with np.where you have to use the bitwise-AND-operator to combine to different conditions in one query. Of course you can also use the bitwise OR-operator too.
daten = np.random.rand(50,5) sel = np.where((daten[:,0]==5) & (daten[:,1]< 17)) plt.scatter(daten[sel,3], daten[sel,4])