crect(cx), cx a REAL matrix representing complex data |

crect(cx) is the inverse operation to cpolar(). Matrix cx is assumed to represent the polar form of a fully complex series, with amplitudes or absolute values in the real part and phases in the imaginary part. The result contains the real and imaginary parts of that series in fully complex form. See topic 'complex' for discussion of complex matrices in MacAnova. The phases are assumed to be in units of radians, degrees or cycles depending on the value of option 'angles'. See subtopic 'options:"angles"'. See also cpolar(), hpolar(), hrect().

Gary Oehlert 2003-01-15