gives the {x,y} Cartesian coordinates corresponding to the polar coordinates {r,θ}.


gives the coordinates corresponding to the hyperspherical coordinates {r,θ1,,θn-2,ϕ}



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Basic Examples  (3)

Convert a general point in polar coordinates:

A specific point:

A conversion in dimension 3:

Scope  (3)

Convert several points:

A matrix of points:

Five-dimensional hyperspherical coordinates:

Properties & Relations  (6)

FromPolarCoordinates checks that inputs obey the normal restrictions of polar coordinates:

This point violates the condition on the angle :

Extract the symbolic transform from CoordinateTransformData to apply it to singular points:

FromPolarCoordinates preserves the shape of arrays:

This includes empty arrays:

FromPolarCoordinates[pt] is a special case of CoordinateTransform:

FromPolarCoordinates inverts ToPolarCoordinates:

FromPolarCoordinates[{x,y,z}] uses spherical coordinates about the axis:

FromSphericalCoordinates[{x,y,z}] uses spherical coordinates about the axis:

FromPolarCoordinates changes the coordinate values of points:

TransformedField changes the coordinate expressions for fields:

Introduced in 2015