From the code you showed us, the only thing we can tell is that you are trying to create an array from a list that isn’t shaped like a multi-dimensional array. For example
numpy.array([[1,2], [2, 3, 4]])
numpy.array([[1,2], [2, [3, 4]]])
will yield this error message, because the shape of the input list isn’t a (generalised) “box” that can be turned into a multidimensional array. So probably
UnFilteredDuringExSummaryOfMeansArray contains sequences of different lengths.
Edit: Another possible cause for this error message is trying to use a string as an element in an array of type
numpy.array([1.2, "abc"], dtype=float)
That is what you are trying according to your edit. If you really want to have a NumPy array containing both strings and floats, you could use the dtype
object, which enables the array to hold arbitrary Python objects:
numpy.array([1.2, "abc"], dtype=object)
Without knowing what your code shall accomplish, I can’t judge if this is what you want.