Asked By – hjweide
I am quite new to Python and I am now struggling with formatting my data nicely for printed output.
I have one list that is used for two headings, and a matrix that should be the contents of the table. Like so:
teams_list = ["Man Utd", "Man City", "T Hotspur"] data = np.array([[1, 2, 1], [0, 1, 0], [2, 4, 2]])
Note that the heading names are not necessarily the same lengths. The data entries are all integers, though.
Now, I want to represent this in a table format, something like this:
Man Utd Man City T Hotspur Man Utd 1 0 0 Man City 1 1 0 T Hotspur 0 1 2
I have a hunch that there must be a data structure for this, but I cannot find it. I have tried using a dictionary and formatting the printing, I have tried for-loops with indentation and I have tried printing as strings.
I am sure there must be a very simple way to do this, but I am probably missing it due to lack of experience.
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