cfdm.core.Coordinate.bounds

Coordinate.bounds

Return the bounds.

f.bounds is equivalent to f.get_bounds()

New in version (cfdm): 1.7.0

Returns
Bounds

The bounds.

Examples:

>>> c = cfdm.core.Coordinate()
>>> b = cfdm.core.Bounds(data=cfdm.core.Data(numpy.arange(10).reshape(5, 2)))
>>> c.set_bounds(b)
>>> c.has_bounds()
True
>>> b = c.bounds
>>> b
<Bounds: (5, 2) >
>>> b.data
<Data(5, 2): [[0, ..., 9]]>
>>> b.data.shape
(5, 2)