In the first cell we define a function `g`

together with a gradient
function for it.

```
def g(x):
return np.sum(x**2)
grad_g = grad(g)
```

We take this gradient and check how fast we can calculate it in a comprehension.

```
%time _ = np.stack([grad_g(i) for i in np.linspace(0, 10, 1000)])
```

We can speed this up by first applying a just in time compiler.

```
from jax import jit
def g(x):
return np.sum(x**2)
grad_g = jit(grad(g))
```

You should now see that this runs much faster.

```
%time _ = np.stack([grad_g(i) for i in np.linspace(0, 10, 1000)])
```