`reshape`

works for this

```
a = np.arange(3) # a.shape = (3,)
b = a.reshape((3,1)) # b.shape = (3,1)
b2 = a.reshape((-1,1)) # b2.shape = (3,1)
c = b.reshape((3,)) # c.shape = (3,)
c2 = b.reshape((-1,)) # c2.shape = (3,)
```

note also that `reshape`

doesn’t copy the data unless it needs to for the new shape (which it doesn’t need to do here):

```
a.__array_interface__['data'] # (22356720, False)
b.__array_interface__['data'] # (22356720, False)
c.__array_interface__['data'] # (22356720, False)
```