With the np.ifftn()
method we can get ND inverse Fourier transform using np.fftn ()
.
Syntax:
np.ifftn(Array)
Return: Return a ND series of inverse fourier transformation.
Example # 1:
In this example, we can see that using np .ifftn ()
we can get the ND series of the inverse Fourier transform using this method.

Output:
[1. + 0.j 0.50.72249365j 0.5 + 2.44499549j 0.52.44499549j
 0.5 + 0.72249365j]
Example # 2:

Output:
[[1.76 + 0.j 0.11+ 0.96624249j 0.11 + 0.30801859j 0.110.30801859j
0.110.96624249j]
[0.66 + 0.j 0.66 + 0.17149948j 0.66 + 2.99751362j 0.662.99751362j
0.660.17149948j]]
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