## 220 Reputation

17 years, 27 days
Glasgow, United Kingdom

## Re:Sigma...

I got your point. Sigma is a parameter.

We should do like this

temp6c:= subs(parvals2,subs(params,temp6b)):

Instead of the above we should write it like this

temp6c1:= subs(parvals,subs(params,temp6b)):

now this equation has the form of temp6c1(Sigma,R30,S0).

The range of S0=0..1 and the Range of R3=-9..0.

Is it make any sense now?

## Re:Sigma...

I got your point. Sigma is a parameter.

We should do like this

temp6c:= subs(parvals2,subs(params,temp6b)):

Instead of the above we should write it like this

temp6c1:= subs(parvals,subs(params,temp6b)):

now this equation has the form of temp6c1(Sigma,R30,S0).

The range of S0=0..1 and the Range of R3=-9..0.

Is it make any sense now?

## @Axel Vogt  The first thing I want...

The first thing I want to do is to plot Sigma(R30).  Which I am unable to do so.

## @Axel Vogt  The first thing I want...

The first thing I want to do is to plot Sigma(R30).  Which I am unable to do so.

## Plotting error...

Well, I tried to follow the suggested way but still facing some issues with ploting.

20110819_doodles2.mws

20110818_section4-5a.txt

## Plotting error...

Well, I tried to follow the suggested way but still facing some issues with ploting.

20110819_doodles2.mws

20110818_section4-5a.txt

## ambiguity...

Trust me I didnt get it.

So this means that we cant plot Sigma(R30) ?

## ambiguity...

Trust me I didnt get it.

So this means that we cant plot Sigma(R30) ?

## Re: R30= -8, R30= -8.5....

Sorry for the typo

R30= -8, R30= -8.5.

## Re:...

It seems to me if we have 100 data points then it will be a very tedious job to do.

Is it possible to just simply make changes in the following command to get the desired results.

fprintf(fd,"%f %f    \n", li, sigmai);

## Re:...

It seems to me if we have 100 data points then it will be a very tedious job to do.

Is it possible to just simply make changes in the following command to get the desired results.

fprintf(fd,"%f %f    \n", li, sigmai);

## Re: easy to evaluate...

Is there an easy way to find the analytical solution of the

attached problem in maple, which can be easly  checked for

error and more easly readable. And by the way what is the

easist way to check that the solution is error free?

## Re: easy to evaluate...

Is there an easy way to find the analytical solution of the

attached problem in maple, which can be easly  checked for

error and more easly readable. And by the way what is the

easist way to check that the solution is error free?

## Re:wait...

Sorry to say but dont try it now. I have to check afew things then If I need it I will ask you.

Thanx

## Re:wait...

Sorry to say but dont try it now. I have to check afew things then If I need it I will ask you.

Thanx

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