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Numpy grayscale array (2D) to RGB QImage or QPixmap in either red, green or blue

Hi,
I need to convert a numpy array to a QImage (or QPixmap), I tried passing my array as the argument to QImage constructor and I also tried the .tobytes but the produced image doesn't seem correct.
I am having a hard time with this and been working on it for over a day, some help would be very appreciated.
I am using PySide2 on OS X.Thank you!

So I solved my problem.
It turns out QImage needs the image to be a flat numpy array.
Here is how it's done:qrgb_dict = {'r': lambda x: QtGui.qRgb(x, 0, 0), 'g': lambda x: QtGui.qRgb(0, x, 0), 'b': lambda x: QtGui.qRgb(0, 0, x)} colortable = [qrgb_dict[color](i) for i in range(256)] img = QtGui.QImage(arr, w, h, w, QtGui.QImage.Format_Indexed8) img.setColorTable(colortable)
Where arr is an array of shape (h,w) and with uint8 values in 0255