Shift angle orientation using atan2
I need to calculate the instantaneous phase of a 2D wave field U using the Hilbert transform H(U). So far it works out and the result makes sense. Yet, the instantaneous phase is derived by using atan2(H(U)/U) and the angle orientation is as follows: Is there an easy way to have zero degrees down and pi up? Thanks!!!
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