With the np.fft()
method we can get 1D Fourier transform with np.fft ()
.
Syntax:
np.fft (Array)
Return: Return a series of fourier transformation.
Example # 1:
In this example, we can see that with np.fft ()
we can get a series of Fourier transforms using this method.

Exit:
[25. + 0.j 1.11803399 + 1.08981379j 1.11803399 + 4.61652531j
1.11803399  4.61652531j 1.11803399  1.08981379j]
Example # 2:

Output:
[12.1 + 0.j 3.85  5.68870985j 3.85  16.52766106j
3.85 + 16.52766106j 3.85 + 5.68870985j]
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