[Date Index]
[Thread Index]
[Author Index]
Re: Creating sub-list based on a given criterion
*To*: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net
*Subject*: [mg110600] Re: Creating sub-list based on a given criterion
*From*: Leonid Shifrin <lshifr at gmail.com>
*Date*: Sun, 27 Jun 2010 04:56:40 -0400 (EDT)
Hi Dimitris,
here is a solution based on repeated application of rules:
In[1] :==
Module[{temp, left},
Flatten[ds, 1] //.
{{done___temp, Shortest[x__List] /; Total[{x}[[All, 2]]] >== 25,
y___} :> {done, temp[x], y},
{done___temp, rest : {_, _, _} ..} :> {done, left[rest]}} /.
temp | left -> List]
Out[1]== {{{0, 0, 1}, {1, 0, -1}, {2, 0, -1}, {3, 0, -1}, {4, 0, -1}, {5,
588, -1}}, {{6, 2345, 1}}, {{7, 2418, 1}}, {{8, 2323, 1}}, {{9,
2179, 1}}, {{480, 23, 1}, {487, 23, 1}}, {{470, 29, 1}}, {{478, 32,
1}}, {{468, 25, 1}}, {{498, 19, -1}, {494, 15, 1}}, {{496, 20,
1}, {455, 33, 1}}, {{462, 27, 1}}, {{781, 1, 1}, {779, 1, 1}, {784,
0, 1}, {778, 0, 1}, {766, 1, -1}, {735, 1, -1}, {758,
1, -1}, {733, 2, -1}, {716, 0, -1}, {794, 1, 1}}}
Note that the last list may not satisfy your criteria and in general simply
gathers leftovers. You can convert it to a function as follows:
Clear[rebin];
rebin[binned : {{{_?NumericQ, _?NumericQ, _?NumericQ} ..} ..},
minValue_?NumericQ] :==
Module[{temp,left},
Flatten[binned,
1] //. {{done___temp,
Shortest[x__List] /; Total[{x}[[All, 2]]] >== minValue,
y___} :> {done, temp[x], y},
{done___temp, rest : {_, _, _} ..} :> {done, left[rest]}}
/. temp|left -> List];
Then you just call,
rebin[ds, 25]
Generally, this kind of problems seem to be harder to solve in a very
succinct manner in Mathematica without resorting to side effects, since in
splitting the list some non-trivial run-time information is required. For
example, you can solve the problem much easier if you allow side effects to
be used:
In[4]:==
Module[{sum == 0},
Split[Flatten[ds,
1], (sum +== #1[[2]]; If[sum >== 25, sum == 0; False, True]) &]]
Out[4]==
{{{0, 0, 1}, {1, 0, -1}, {2, 0, -1}, {3, 0, -1}, {4,
0, -1}, {5, 588, -1}}, {{6, 2345, 1}}, {{7, 2418, 1}}, {{8, 2323,
1}}, {{9, 2179, 1}}, {{480, 23, 1}, {487, 23, 1}}, {{470, 29,
1}}, {{478, 32, 1}}, {{468, 25, 1}}, {{498, 19, -1}, {494, 15,
1}}, {{496, 20, 1}, {455, 33, 1}}, {{462, 27, 1}}, {{781, 1,
1}, {779, 1, 1}, {784, 0, 1}, {778, 0, 1}, {766, 1, -1}, {735,
1, -1}, {758, 1, -1}, {733, 2, -1}, {716, 0, -1}, {794, 1, 1}}}
Hope this helps.
Regards,
Leonid
On Sat, Jun 26, 2010 at 12:10 AM, Dimitris Emmanoulopoulos <
demmanoulopoulos at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Hello
>
> I was wondering if there is any straightforward way to bin a list into
> sub-lists containing those elements that full-fill a given criterion.
> Consider the following list
>
> ds==
>
> {{{0,0,1},{1,0,-1},{2,0,-1},{3,0,-1},{4,0,-1},{5,588,-1},{6,2345,1},{7,24=
18,1},{8,2323,1},{9,2179,1}},{{480,23,1},{487,23,1},{470,29,1},{478,32,1},{=
468,25,1},{498,19,-1},{494,15,1},{496,20,1},{455,33,1},{462,27,1}},{{781,1,=
1},{779,1,1},{784,0,1},{778,0,1},{766,1,-1},{735,1,-1},{758,1,-1},{733,2,-1=
},{716,0,-1},{794,1,1}}}
>
> The criterion is that the sum of the second elements in each new sub-list
> should be at least 25?
>
> After the re-binning we should get something like:
>
> {{0,0,1},{1,0,-1},{2,0,-1},{3,0,-1},{4,0,-1},{5,588,-1}}
> {6,2345,1}
> {7,2418,1}
> {8,2323,1}
> {9,2179,1}
> {{480,23,1},{487,23,1}}
> {470,29,1}
> {478,32,1}
> {468,25,1},
> {498,19,-1},{494,15,1},
> {496,20,1},{455,33,1}
>
> {{462,27,1},{781,1,1},{779,1,1},{784,0,1},{778,0,1},{766,1,-1},{735,1,-1}=
,{758,1,-1},{733,2,-1},{716,0,-1},{794,1,1}}}
>
> The first bin has a total of the second elements 588, the second 2345, th=
e
> third 2418,...,the sixth 46, the seventh 29, =85,the eleventh 53, and the=
last
> one 35.
>
> In other words, imagine that these are the results of a counting experime=
nt
> and the second element in every entry (in ds) corresponds to counts. The
> question is how can we re-bin the data in order to have at least 25 count=
s
> per new-bin?
> Of course it is straightforward to do it using a Do-loop, but I was
> wondering if there is any simpler way to do it using the efficient
> Mathematica syntax in an =93one-liner expression=94.
>
> Thanks a lot
> Dimitris
>
>
Prev by Date:
**Re: Image processing Questions**
Next by Date:
**Re: function local/private to another function?**
Previous by thread:
** Re: Creating sub-list based on a given criterion**
Next by thread:
**how to automatically include own package into different demonstration**
| |