angle
Phase angle.
y=angle(x)
Inputs
x An array of real or complex numbers.
y An array of same size as the input. Each element of the output is the phase angle of the corresponding element of the input.


Example
>>a=complexRandn(3,2,4)*100
>>a
[:,1:2, 1]
 -153.5781 +   74.2567i    -9.8032 -   46.1737i 
   11.6710 -   49.2614i    62.7734 -   55.2829i 
  -30.3986 +    7.9590i   -89.5626 -    6.8878i 
[:,1:2, 2]
  -11.9410 +  117.6002i   -10.6191 -    7.0609i 
  -25.6112 -   14.6439i    -0.3605 +    7.7125i 
   41.1278 -  165.9418i   125.4286 +   12.6190i 
[:,1:2, 3]
   54.4452 -   58.3974i    14.2361 -   17.5860i 
   24.4939 -   53.1171i    10.4010 -   22.2923i 
  -64.8225 +   14.1423i    13.4335 +   38.8276i 
[:,1:2, 4]
  -54.2844 +    3.1944i    -3.1542 -    3.9591i 
  -15.9108 -   77.9545i    37.5123 +  150.4267i 
   -0.4199 +    0.0291i   154.4731 +   44.6309i 

>>angle(a)
[:,1:2, 1]
    2.6912   -1.7800
   -1.3382   -0.7220
    2.8855   -3.0648
[:,1:2, 2]
    1.6720   -2.5548
   -2.6222    1.6175
   -1.3278    0.1003
[:,1:2, 3]
   -0.8204   -0.8903
   -1.1387   -1.1342
    2.9268    1.2377
[:,1:2, 4]
    3.0828   -2.2435
   -1.7721    1.3264
    3.0723    0.2813