# Indexing¶

COO arrays can be indexed just like regular numpy.ndarray objects. They support integer, slice and boolean indexing. However, currently, numpy advanced indexing is not properly supported. This means that all of the following work like in Numpy, except that they will produce COO arrays rather than numpy.ndarray objects, and will produce scalars where expected. Assume that z.shape is (5, 6, 7)

z[0]
z[1, 3]
z[1, 4, 3]
z[:3, :2, 3]
z[::-1, 1, 3]
z[-1]
z[[True, False, True, False, True], 3, 4]


All of the following will raise an IndexError, like in Numpy 1.13 and later.

z[6]
z[3, 6]
z[1, 4, 8]
z[-6]
z[[True, True, False, True], 3, 4]


Note

Numpy advanced indexing is currently not supported.