I have a huge dictionary of lists that needs filtering. Here's an example of its output:
d = {
'hate': [(2310, "Experiencer: 'like hours'", 212, 222),
(2310, "Experiencer: 'two'", 1035, 1038),
(2310, "Experiencer: 'Anakin'", 1560, 1566),
(2310, "Experiencer: ' '", 1619, 1620),
(2310, "Experiencer: 'Tatooine'", 1726, 1734),
(2310, "Experiencer: 'Anakin'", 1775, 1781),
(2310, "Experiencer: 'Master Qui-Gon'", 1863, 1877),
(2310, "Experiencer: 'half'", 1883, 1887),
(2310, "Experiencer: 'One'", 2114, 2117),
(2310, "Experiencer: 'Anakin'", 2180, 2186),
(2310, "Stimulus: 'One'", 2484, 2487),
(2310, "Stimulus: 'Anakin'", 2564, 2570),
(2310, "Stimulus: 'Padme'", 2739, 2744)],
'confirmation': [(4132, "Experiencer: 'like hours'", 212, 222),
(4132, "Experiencer: 'two'", 1035, 1038),
(4132, "Experiencer: 'Anakin'", 1560, 1566),
(4132, "Experiencer: ' '", 1619, 1620),
(4132, "Experiencer: 'Tatooine'", 1726, 1734),
(4132, "Experiencer: 'Anakin'", 1775, 1781),
(4132, "Experiencer: 'Master Qui-Gon'", 1863, 1877),
(4132, "Experiencer: 'half'", 1883, 1887),
(4132, "Experiencer: 'One'", 2114, 2117),
(4132, "Experiencer: 'Anakin'", 2180, 2186),
(4132, "Experiencer: 'One'", 2484, 2487),
(4132, "Experiencer: 'Anakin'", 2564, 2570),
(4132, "Experiencer: 'Padme'", 2739, 2744),
(4132, "Experiencer: 'Anakin'", 2782, 2788),
(4132, "Experiencer: ' '", 2818, 2819),
(4132, "Experiencer: 'centuries'", 3562, 3571),
(4132, "Experiencer: 'one'", 3585, 3588),
(4132, "Experiencer: 'Anakin'", 3679, 3685),
(4132, "Experiencer: 'Anakin Skywalker'", 3789, 3805),
(4132, "Experiencer: 'Obi-Wan'", 4014, 4021),
(4132, "Experiencer: 'Qui-Gon'", 4025, 4032),
(4132, "Experiencer: 'Qui-Gon's'", 4100, 4109),
(4132, "Stimulus: 'Anakin'", 4281, 4287),
(4132, "Stimulus: ' '", 4355, 4356),
(4132, "Stimulus: 'Anakin'", 4436, 4442)]}
Each key (one of them is hate
as stated above) has a number at the beginning of every list element. Here, it's: 2310
.
I would like to be able to print out the two elements of the list that have a number that is closest to that number, being the next biggest, and the next smallest.
Example output:
'hate': [(2310, "Experiencer: 'Anakin'", 2180, 2186),
(2310, "Stimulus: 'One'", 2484, 2487)]
because
(2310, "Experiencer: 'Anakin'", 2180, 2186)
has the number 2180
, which is the next smallest one when compared to 2310
and in return:
(2310, "Stimulus: 'One'", 2484, 2487)
has the number 2484
, which is the next biggest one when compared to 2310
I guess this needs a for
loop? How do I iterarte over the dictionary of lists, compare the first, self-repeating number with the first numbers of every line and return the ones closest, as mentioned above?
I hope my question is understandable enough...
Thanks in advance!
EDIT:
Goal would be to automate the process of going through the dictionary, and update it by filtering it.
The desired output of that dictionary would be something like this:
d = {
'hate': [(2310, "Experiencer: 'Anakin'", 2180, 2186),
(2310, "Stimulus: 'One'", 2484, 2487)],
'confirmation': [(4132, "Experiencer: 'Qui-Gon's'", 4100, 4109),
(4132, "Stimulus: 'Anakin'", 4281, 4287)],
...}
I also edited the above example of an output that I'm getting so far. It's a dictionary of lists
If your lists are already sorted, we can use bisect
to find the place between the "Experiencer" and "Status" entries:
from bisect import bisect
l=[(2310, "Experiencer: 'like hours'", 212, 222), (2310, "Experiencer: 'two'", 1035,1038), (2310, "Experiencer: 'Anakin'", 1560, 1566), (2310, "Experiencer: ' '", 1619, 1620), (2310, "Experiencer: 'Tatooine'", 1726, 1734), (2310, "Experiencer: 'Anakin'", 1775, 1781), (2310, "Experiencer: 'Master Qui-Gon'", 1863, 1877), (2310, "Experiencer: 'half'", 1883, 1887), (2310, "Experiencer: 'One'", 2114, 2117), (2310, "Experiencer: 'Anakin'", 2180, 2186), (2310, "Stimulus: 'One'", 2484, 2487), (2310, "Stimulus: 'Anakin'", 2564, 2570), (2310, "Stimulus: 'Padme'", 2739, 2744)]
right_index = bisect(l, (2310, "F")) # "F" comes between "Experiencer" and "Status"
lower, higher = l[right_index-1], l[right_index]
print(lower, higher, sep="\n")
# (2310, "Experiencer: 'Anakin'", 2180, 2186)
# (2310, "Stimulus: 'One'", 2484, 2487)
Then you can process your dictionary quite easily
from bisect import bisect
def get_boundary(l): # This assumes all lists in your dict have at least 2 items
if len(l) < 2:
return l
right_index = bisect(l, (l[0][0], "F"))
return [l[right_index-1], l[right_index]]
print({key: get_boundary(value) for key, value in d.items()})
produces
{'hate': [(2310, "Experiencer: 'Anakin'", 2180, 2186),
(2310, "Stimulus: 'One'", 2484, 2487)],
'confirmation': [(4132, "Experiencer: 'Qui-Gon's'", 4100, 4109),
(4132, "Stimulus: 'Anakin'", 4281, 4287)]
}
Use itertools.groupby
to group all like elements from each of the list and then sort them (based on absolute difference) and get the first 2 elements
>>> from itertools import groupby
>>>
>>> f = lambda t: t[0]
>>> {key:sorted(v, key=lambda t: abs(k-t[3]))[:2] for key,lst in d.items() for k,v in groupby(sorted(lst, key=f), f)}
{'confirmation': [(4132, "Experiencer: 'Qui-Gon's'", 4100, 4109), (4132, "Experiencer: 'Qui-Gon'", 4025, 4032)], 'hate': [(2310, "Experiencer: 'Anakin'", 2180, 2186), (2310, "Stimulus: 'One'", 2484, 2487)]}
This is the most vanilla, simple way to do it (that I could think of). There is a solution below that uses itertools
that is more elegant, but harder for a novice to understand.
If l
is the list pointed to by hate
in your dictionary:
target_num = l[0][0]
closest_smaller, closest_bigger = 0,0
closest_smaller_diff, closest_bigger_diff = float("inf"), float("-inf")
for element in l:
for num in (l[-2],l[-1]):
diff = target_num - num
if diff > 0 and diff < closest_smaller_diff:
closest_smaller = num
closest_smaller_diff = diff
if diff < 0 and diff > closest_bigger_diff:
closest_bigger = num
closest_bigger_diff = diff
print(closest_smaller, closest_bigger)
# let big_dict be the big list you start with
output_dict = {}
for key, value in big_dict.items():
# break the list into two lists, for those with third value greater
# and those with third value lesser/equal
higher_tuples = [i for i in value if i[2] > i[0]]
lower_tuples = [i for i in value if i[2] <= i[0]]
# Get the values from that list with
high_closest = min(higher_tuples, key=lambda x: x[2] - x[0])
low_closest = min(lower_tuples, key=lambda x: x[0] - x[2])
# bind them into an output
output_duct[key] = [high_closest, low_closest]
If you wanted you could bind it all together in one really big one-liner:
output_dict = {key: [min([i for i in value if i[2] > i[0]], key=lambda a: a[2] - a[0]), min([j for j in value if j[0] <= j[2]], key=lambda b: b[0] - b[2])] for key, value in big_dict.items()}
Perhaps the easiest way is
2310
would appear in this list; you should be between two elements. Those are the two elements you want.Here's a rather broad solution that might work for you:
For key in your_dict:
for lst in your_dict[key]:
#For every list in your dictionary,
best_fits = []
for item in lst:
#For every item in that list,
#If the item is a good fit, store it in best_fit.
first_number = tup[0] #Get the 0th element of the tuple
#The rest is up to you
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