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How can I translate these Matlab statistics into Python?

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I am trying to write an equivalent Matlab program to Python. Can someone help with an equivalent Python statement for the mentioned statement?
Yd = fread(fid,[3840 2160],'ubit16'); Y{i} = Yd';

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Al Danial
Al Danial on 7 Sep 2022
If this 3840 x 2160 matrix is the only data in the file you could do
import numpy as np
Yd = np.fromfile('file_with_matrix.bin', dtype=np.uint16).reshape(2160,3840).T
Y[i] = Yd.T
Note that both the 2nd and 3rd lines have transposes (.T). The 2nd line compensates for MATLAB's column-major reading compared to NumPy's row-major. You could instead do
import numpy as np
Y[i] = np.fromfile('file_with_matrix.bin', dtype=np.uint16).reshape(3840,2160)
Yd = Y[i].T
and only tranpose once.



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