ee.Array

Returns an array with the given coordinates.

UsageReturns
ee.Array(values, pixelType)Array
ArgumentTypeDetails
valuesObject

An existing array to cast, or a number/list of numbers/nested list of numbers of any depth to create an array from. For nested lists, all inner arrays at the same depth must have the same length, and numbers may only be present at the deepest level.

pixelTypePixelType, default: null

The type of each number in the values argument. If the pixel type is not provided, it will be inferred from the numbers in 'values'. If there aren't any numbers in 'values', this type must be provided.

Examples

JavaScript

// Requires an explicit PixelType if no data.
print(ee.Array([], ee.PixelType.int8()));  // Empty []
print(ee.Array([[]], ee.PixelType.uint8()));  // Empty [[]]
print(ee.Array([[], []], ee.PixelType.float()));  // Empty [[], []]

// 1-D Arrays
print(ee.Array([0]));  // [0]
print(ee.Array([0, 1]));  // [0, 1]
// 2-D Arrays
print(ee.Array([[1]]));  // [[1]]
print(ee.Array([[0, 1], [2, 3]]));  // [[0,1],[2,3]]

// Arrays from ee.Number.
print(ee.Array([ee.Number(123).toUint8()]));  // [123]

// Lists are useful ways to construct larger Arrays.
print(ee.Array(ee.List.sequence(0, 10, 2)));  // // [0,2,4,6,8,10]

// Arrays can be used to make Arrays.
var array1D = ee.Array([1, 2, 3]);
// This is a cast.
print(ee.Array(array1D));  // [1,2,3]

Python

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