Create an equally spaced vector when taking the sine of another vector
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Commented: Lama Hamadeh on 17 Jun 2021
I want to create a vector containing 25 points such that the points are equally spaced when you take the sine of another vector : As shown in the code below:
%angle variable (θ)
theta_min = -pi/2; %minimum angle
theta_max = pi/2; %maximum angle
nt = 25; %number of angles
theta = linspace(theta_min,theta_max,nt); %angle variable
p = sin(theta); %I want this vector to range from -1 to 1 with 25 equally spaced points.
Stephan on 17 Jun 2021
p_inv = linspace(-1,1,25);
theta = asin(p_inv);
p = sin(theta);
diff(p) % Is p equally spaced?
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