ee.Array.erfInv

On an element-wise basis, computes the inverse error function of the input.

UsageReturns
Array.erfInv()Array
ArgumentTypeDetails
this: inputArray

The input array.

Examples

JavaScript

print(ee.Array([-0.99]).erfInv());  // [-1.82]
print(ee.Array([0]).erfInv());  // [0]
print(ee.Array([0.99]).erfInv());  // [1.82]

var start = -0.99;
var end = 0.99;
var points = ee.Array(ee.List.sequence(start, end, null, 50));
var values = points.erfInv();

// Plot erfInv() defined above.
var chart = ui.Chart.array.values(values, 0, points)
    .setOptions({
      viewWindow: {min: start, max: end},
      hAxis: {
        title: 'x',
        viewWindowMode: 'maximized',
        ticks: [
          {v: -1},
          {v: 0},
          {v: 1}]
      },
      vAxis: {
        title: 'erfInv(x)',
        ticks: [
          {v: -2},
          {v: 0},
          {v: 2}]
      },
      lineWidth: 1,
      pointSize: 0,
    });
print(chart);

Python

# Your example goes here!