[Numpy-discussion] help translating matlab to numpy

alan@ajackso... alan@ajackso...
Sun Aug 14 12:56:43 CDT 2011


Never mind, I've been digging through too much stuff and got confused...

I think trying to read Matlab code can do that to you. 8-)

>I'm translating some code from Matlab to numpy, and struggling a bit
>since I have very little knowledge of Matlab.
>
>My question is this - the arg function in Matlab (which seems to be deprecated,
>they don't show it in their current documentation) is exactly equivalent to
>what in Numpy? I know it is angle(x, deg=1) to get degrees instead of radians,
>but what is the output range for the Matlab function -pi to pi, or 0 to 2*pi ?
>
>Thanks!
>
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