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What is the use of linspace() function? Why it is used with plot()?

Python Using-the-plot-command-interactively 08-09 min 20-30 sec 22-06-19, 11:05 a.m. naveenbojan

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linspace() is a tool in Python for creating numeric sequences. linspace function creates
sequences of evenly spaced values within a defined interval. You can then plot those values
on canvas using .plot() function.
22-06-19, 11:13 a.m. iakashchavan


In python linspace() is used to create sequences of evenly spaced values within a defined interval. we need to specify a starting point and ending point of interval and then total no.of points you want in that interval.e.g. linspace(start=0,stop=5,num=10)-This will generate a numpy array of ten points as 0,0.5,1.0,1.5...and so on.

When we want to generate a plot , we require some input to be provided . suppose you want to generate a plot for sin() function , we can provide the output of linspace as input for the sin() function.
p1=numpy.linspace(0,2,10)
plot(p1.sin(p1)
This will generate a sin() plot.

22-06-19, 11:33 a.m. manishaotari


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