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I have a function F, which depends on a discrete variablex, and I need to Fourier Transform it. I have put all the values of F in a table.

Then I have used the command "Fourier" on the table, which - according to http://reference.wolfram.com/mathematica/ref/Fourier.html - results in the discrete Fourier Transform. But the new table only contains pure numbers, no phase factor. Why is that, and is there a way to include the phase?

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Niles.

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# Mathematica: Discrete Fourier Transform

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