The error message “TypeError: ‘numpy.float64’ object is not iterable” usually occurs when you try to iterate over a numpy float64 object directly.
To solve this error, you need to ensure that you are not trying to iterate over a single numpy float64 object. Instead, you should iterate over a numpy array or a Python list.
Here is an example of how to fix this error:
import numpy as np # Create a numpy float64 object x = np.float64(3.14) # Try to iterate over the float64 object for i in x: print(i) # Output: TypeError: 'numpy.float64' object is not iterable # Fix the error by creating a numpy array or a Python list # and iterate over it instead of the float64 object x = np.array([3.14, 2.71, 1.41]) for i in x: print(i) # Output: 3.14 # 2.71 # 1.41
In the above example, we first create a numpy float64 object x and try to iterate over it, which raises the TypeError. We then fix the error by creating a numpy array x and iterating over it instead, which works as expected.