Source code for allensdk.core.dat_utilities

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import numpy


[docs]class DatUtilities(object): @classmethod
[docs] def save_voltage(cls, output_path, v, t): '''Save a single voltage output result into a simple text format. The output file is one t v pair per line. Parameters ---------- output_path : string file name for output v : numpy array voltage t : numpy array time ''' data = numpy.transpose(numpy.vstack((t, v))) with open(output_path, "w") as f: numpy.savetxt(f, data)