[Numpy-discussion] logspace behaviour/documentation
arnd.baecker at web.de
Mon Jul 10 00:59:14 CDT 2006
sorry, for answering so late - your message slipped through ...
On Fri, 30 Jun 2006, Alan Isaac wrote:
> On Fri, 30 Jun 2006, T) Arnd Baecker wrote:
> > I am wondering a bit about the the behaviour of logspace:
Alright, if one wants to keep compatibility with matlab, the behaviour
of logspace should be unchanged.
I'd suggest that something along
"""Evenly spaced numbers on a logarithmic scale.
Return 'int(num)' evenly spaced samples on a logarithmic scale from
'base'**'start' to 'base'**'stop'. If 'endpoint' is True, the
last sample is 'base'**'stop'."""
is clearer than the present one
Evenly spaced numbers on a logarithmic scale.
Computes int(num) evenly spaced exponents from start to stop.
If endpoint=True, then last exponent is stop.
(Note that I am not a native speaker - surprise - ;
so maybe the present one is already clear enough?)
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