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Tue, 25 Jul 1995 11:20:59 -0500
Eyal Doron <address@hidden> wrote:
: Anybody have an idea why this function is called "arg"? In MATLAB
: it is called "phase". Why this needless incompatibility?
In the version of Matlab that I have access to, there is no function
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??? Undefined function or variable phase.
>> help phase
phase not found.
Maybe you are thinking of angle(), not phase():
>> help angle
ANGLE Phase angle.
ANGLE(H) returns the phase angles, in radians, of a matrix with
See also ABS, UNWRAP.
Octave has both arg() and angle() (they do the same thing). I think I
chose the name arg() because that's what the function is called by
a number of mathematicians.
- ARG function, Eyal Doron, 1995/07/24
- ARG function,
John Eaton <=