Computes the natural log of all elements of x.
x (NxK matrix or N-dimensional array) – data
y (NxK matrix or N-dimensional array) – containing the natural log values of the elements of x.
y = ln(16);
y = 2.7725887
ln() is defined for \(x ≠ 0\).
If x is negative, complex results are returned.
You can turn the generation of complex numbers for negative inputs on or
off in the GAUSS configuration file, and with the
case 8. If you turn it off,
ln() will generate an error for negative
If x is already complex, the complex number state doesn’t matter;
will compute a complex result.
x can be any expression that returns a matrix.