adapt_seq: Adaptively generate sequences in an interval

Description Usage Arguments Value Examples

View source: R/adapt_seq.R

Description

adapt_seq is similar to seq except that instead of selecting points equally spaced along an interval, it selects points such that the values of a function applied at those points are (very) roughly equally spaced. This can be useful for sampling a function in such a way that it can be plotted more smoothly, for example.

Usage

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adapt_seq(from, to, length.out = 200, f = function(x, ...) {     1 },
  args = list(), quiet = FALSE)

Arguments

from

start of interval

to

end of interval

length.out

desired length of sequence

f

a function

args

arguments passed to f

quiet

suppress warnings about NaNs, etc.

Value

a numerical vector

Examples

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adapt_seq(0, pi, 25, sin)

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