cf.Data.arcsinh¶

Data.
arcsinh
(inplace=False)[source]¶ Take the inverse hyperbolic sine of the data elementwise.
Units are ignored in the calculation. The result has units of radians.
New in version 3.1.0.
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Examples:
>>> print(d.array) [[0.5 0.7] [0.9 1.1]] >>> e = d.arcsinh() >>> e.Units <Units: radians> >>> print(e.array) [[0.48121183 0.65266657] [0.80886694 0.95034693]]
>>> print(d.array) [1.2 1.0 0.8 0.6 ] >>> d.arcsinh(inplace=True) >>> print(d.array) [1.015973134179692 0.881373587019543 0.732668256045411 0.5688248987322475 ]