numpy.linspace (start, stop, num = 50, endpoint = True, retstep = False, dtype = None): returns numeric spaces evenly spaced. Similar to arange, but uses the sample number instead of the step.
- & gt; start: [optional] start of interval range. By default start = 0 - & gt; stop: end of interval range - & gt; restep: If True, return (samples, step). By deflut restep = False - & gt; num: [int, optional] No. of samples to generate - & gt; dtype: type of output array
- & gt; ndarray - & gt; step: [float, optional], if restep = True
Code 1: Explain linspace function
B (array ([2., 2.25, 2.5, 2.75, 3.]), 0.25) A [0. 0.22039774 0.42995636 0.6183698 0.77637192 0.8961922 0.9719379 0.99988386 0.9786557 0.90929743]
Code 2: Graphical representation of numpy.linspace () using a module matplotlib & # 8212; pylab
Code 3: Plotting numpy.linspace () using pylab
# Graphical representation of numpy. linspace ()
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pylab as p
# Start = 0
# End = 2
# Samples to generate = 15
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p.plot (x1, y1,
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