Nice. What is the difference between this vector and x = linspace(1,10,10)?
Hello Matthew Jones,
Linspace is similar to the colon operator ":", but gives direct control over the number of points.
In x = linspace(1,10,10) you directly enter the number of points and the function generates equally spaced vector but when you use ":" operator, you need to mention step size.
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