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Print numpy matrix with nice indentation.

kero.utils.utils.py def print_numpy_matrix(np_mat,formatting="%6.2f",no_of_space=20): return

**Arguments/Return**

np_mat,formatting | String. The usual format for printing in python.
Default=”%6.2f”S |

no_of_space | Integer. Number of spaces from the left with which the matrix is indented.
Default=20 |

**Example Usage 1**

import kero.utils.utils as ut import numpy as np x=np.matrix(np.random.normal(size=(3,4))) print("x = ") print(x) print("\nwith print_numpy_matrix(): ") print("x = ") ut.print_numpy_matrix(x,formatting="%6.5f",no_of_space=10)

whose output is

x = [[ 1.61318393 -0.37102784 -0.89363802 -0.56962807] [-0.08657515 1.20537268 -1.95176244 -1.84425267] [-0.59647232 -0.96593909 1.02197755 0.39493434]] with print_numpy_matrix(): x = 1.61318 -0.37103 -0.89364 -0.56963 -0.08658 1.20537 -1.95176 -1.84425 -0.59647 -0.96594 1.02198 0.39493

**Example Usage 2**

See Deep Learning and Neural Network with kero PART 1.

*kero version: 0.6.2*