Dear Community,

I've made a nonlinear curve fit with the Minimize routine (see attachment). What would be an easy and elegant way to rerun the model (Model) with the fitted values of a, b, c and plot the result together with the measured points in the same chart? I'm stuck here.

Tx in advance,

best regards

Andras

BroSzem_Data.xlsx

Nonlin_Curve_Fit.mw

Dear Maple users

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