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A few improvements to slicing of a catalog. #543

merged 4 commits into from Dec 23, 2018


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rainwoodman commented Dec 22, 2018

  1. Fixed a bug regarding calculation of total sliced size.
  2. Give ConstantArray a dask name, such that dask does not hang trying to tokenize huge ConstantArray objects.
  3. Use numpy.copy to decouple sliced columns from original data. This improves the memory footprint substantially when slicing is subsampling; previously the new computed array will have references to chunks of the full original data.

@rainwoodman rainwoodman force-pushed the rainwoodman:slicing-copy branch from 628b07e to 0d677fe Dec 22, 2018

@rainwoodman rainwoodman merged commit 7250cfe into bccp:master Dec 23, 2018

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