[Numpy-discussion] Why arange has no stop-point opt-in?
friedrichromstedt at gmail.com
Thu Dec 30 09:02:46 EST 2010
2010/12/30 K.-Michael Aye <kmichael.aye at gmail.com>:
> I'm a bit puzzled that there seems just no way to cleanly code an
> interval with evenly spaced numbers that includes the stop point given?
> linspace offers to include the stop point, but arange does not?
> Am I missing something? (I am aware, that I could do
> arange(9,15.0001,0.1) but that's what I want to avoid!)
Use numpy.linspace(9, 15, 7 * 10 + 1). FYI, there is also numpy.logspace().
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