.transpose() function reverses or permutes the axes of an
array is the
ndarray to transpose.
axes is a
tuple or list with as many entries as there are dimensions, listing the 0-based indicies of each index in the new order in which they’ll appear in the permuted array. If
axes is omitted,
.transpose() will simply reverse the order of axes.
If possible, the
ndarray returned will be a view of the original
The below example creates an
ndarray and then uses
.transpose() on it.
import numpy as npnd1 = np.array([[1,2,3],[4,5,6]])print(nd1)print(np.transpose(nd1))
This produces the following output:
[[1 2 3][4 5 6]][[1 4][2 5][3 6]]