ndarray implements an n-dimensional container for general elements and for
In n-dimensional we include for example 1-dimensional rows or columns, 2-dimensional matrices, and higher dimensional arrays. If the array has n dimensions, then an element in the array is accessed by using that many indices. Each dimension is also called an axis.
- Generic n-dimensional array
- Slicing, also with arbitrary step size, and negative indices to mean elements from the end of the axis.
- Views and subviews of arrays; iterators that yield subviews.
- Higher order operations and arithmetic are performant
- Array views can be used to slice and mutate any
Zipfor lock step function application across two or more arrays or other item producers (