ak.unzip

Defined in awkward.operations.structure on line 669.

ak.unzip(array)

If the array contains tuples or records, this operation splits them into a Python tuple of arrays, one for each field.

If the array does not contain tuples or records, the single array is placed in a length 1 Python tuple.

For example,

>>> array = ak.Array([{"x": 1.1, "y": [1]},
...                   {"x": 2.2, "y": [2, 2]},
...                   {"x": 3.3, "y": [3, 3, 3]}])
>>> x, y = ak.unzip(array)
>>> x
<Array [1.1, 2.2, 3.3] type='3 * float64'>
>>> y
<Array [[1], [2, 2], [3, 3, 3]] type='3 * var * int64'>