Python arrays using logspace

The logspace() function is similar to linspace(). The linspace() function produces the evenly spaced points. Similarly, logspace() produces evenly spaced points on a logarithmically spaced scale. The logspace() function is used in the following format:

logspace(start, stop, n)

The logspace() function starts at a value which is 10 to the power of ‘start’ and ends at a value which is 10 to the power of ‘stop’. If ?n’ is not specified, then its value is taken as 50. For example, if we write: a = logspace(1, 4, 5)

This function represents values starting from 101 to 104. These values are divided into 5 equal points and those points are stored into the array ‘a’.

A Python program to create an array using logspace().

[101   101.75   102.5   103.25   104 ]