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Can I get a box plot on an x-y-z graph?

How do you do this?; actually, for starters, how do you display 2 plots side by side?

Hi

I have a problem with an assumed real variable that are not inserted into equations if it is given an nummeric value. I have tried to make and example below:

> restart;
> with(plottools);
> with(linalg);
>with(plots);
> assume(theta, real);

>A := e^(I*theta)

hi, suppose

integers:=[`$`(-10..10)]; selectremove(`<`,integers,0);

so this separates +ve and -ve. But, if the range of values are complex, how do we separate them based on the +ve and -ve of the real part of the complex number? i.e I want to separate all a +- bi from all -a +- bi.

 

thanks

Hello,

My equation is the following:

Y = 1 - ( sin (2*theta)/ (X+cos(2*theta)))^2

where theta=20 degrees = pi/9  and X= 0..30. How can I numerically calculate Y as a function of X.  And also how can I plot Y(X),

Y(1/X)  and  Y(1/X^2). I like to do these for different theta values (i.e., theta=2*pi/9,  theta= 3*pi/9,,,,,, theta=4*pi/9 ).

Thank you in anvance

Bengu

if i have ten "hz", each displayed with hz[i] was calculated before, then want to make a continues expression and plot it, i use this form and it answered me correcctly. piecewise(x <><><><><><><><><>
OK, so ive solved a pde numerically. I can plot the solution as a graph, evaluate the value at different times, but how can I integrate it over the region it is defined? My goal is this, the weighted average of x:

Can alone explain to me what is happening in this procedure? I know it is it is to generate a line p and an angle theta but don't understand what line and angle or how it does it.

Im having trouble with the DEplot command, i seem never to be able to use the plot commands on maple no matter what i do. Heres what i've got so far. > eq1 := diff(n(t), t)+lambda*n(t) = 0; / d \ |--- n(t)| + lambda n(t) = 0 \ dt / > eq2 := dsolve([subs(lambda = .1, eq1), n(0) = 10]); / 1 \ n(t) = 10 exp|- -- t| \ 10 / > with(DEtools);

In the help, it writes

BesselJ and BesselY are the Bessel functions of the first and second kinds, respectively. They satisfy Bessel's equation:
     2                2    2
    x  y'' + x y' + (x  - v ) y = 0
 

My problem is in statistics. I'm looking for the resulting normalized distribution funtion.

Given a sample has a normal distribution of trait A, and given a subgroup that posseses trait B with a different normal distribution of trait A. Waht would the distribution of trait A be if we eliminate the subgroup that posseses trait B.

The following example that assumes a subgroup of 20% does not yield the proper result.

f := x -> if(x<=0, 0, 1):
#plot(f(x),x=-10..10):
#plot(f,-10..10):
plot(sum(f,i=-infinity..infinity),-10..10);
plot(sum(f(i),i=-infinity..infinity),-10..10);

Why do the first two plots work, but the third and fourth doesn't? How do I plot the sum of this function in a specific range?

How do I get a closed-form expression?

I tried the following (e.g.):

 

> k[21] := t-> piecewise(t<0,0,p*(1-p)^t);                      {definition of descrete probability distribution, here: geometric distribution}

I want  to calculate the derivative of Bessel, I do

In 13.01 (Linux) I see this.

> # works ok
> plots:-spacecurve([sin(t),t,1],t=0..1,thickness=5);

> # expect missing argument error, but loses kernel connection
> plots:-spacecurve([sin(t),t,1],thickness=5);

Is it the same in 13.02, and on Windows, can anyone say?

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