- metpy.calc.find_bounding_indices(arr, values, axis, from_below=True)¶
Find the indices surrounding the values within arr along axis.
Returns a set of above, below, good. Above and below are lists of arrays of indices. These lists are formulated such that they can be used directly to index into a numpy array and get the expected results (no extra slices or ellipsis necessary). good is a boolean array indicating the “columns” that actually had values to bound the desired value(s).
arr (array-like) – Array to search for values
values (array-like) – One or more values to search for in arr
axis (int) – Dimension of arr along which to search
from_below (bool, optional) – Whether to search from “below” (i.e. low indices to high indices). If False, the search will instead proceed from high indices to low indices. Defaults to True.
above (list of arrays) – List of broadcasted indices to the location above the desired value
below (list of arrays) – List of broadcasted indices to the location below the desired value
good (array) – Boolean array indicating where the search found proper bounds for the desired value