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On Sun, Sep 27, 2009 at 1:10 AM, Jason Lillywhite <
jason.lillywhite / gmail.com> wrote:

> I have this array:
> data  [:time, :pressure],[0,2.3],[1,4.1],[2,7.56],...]
>
> All the arrays in data could have an arbitrary number of items in it and
> the total number of arrays in data is arbitrary but all arrays will be
> the same size and the first array will always be the "header" array.
>
> I need to convert data to an array that looks like this:
>
> new_data >
> [{:time,:pressure.3},{:time,:pressure.1},{:time,:pressure.56}]
>
> Is there a straight forward way to set this up? I'm happy with hints.
> Thank you!
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> Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.
>
>
This is destructive. If you want to keep the original data too, you can
implement the same process slightly differently, but this was just cleaner.

to_convert  [:time, :pressure],[0,2.3],[1,4.1],[2,7.56]]

header  o_convert.shift

to_convert.map! do |ary|
  hsh  ash.new
  ary.each_with_index{|val,index| hsh[header[index]]  al }
  hsh
end

to_convert # [{:pressure.3, :time}, {:pressure.1, :time},
{:pressure.56, :time}]

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