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Re: Exponetial Fit

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  • Subject: [mg1792] Re: Exponetial Fit
  • From: dendzik at usctoux1.cto.us.edu.pl (Zbigniew Dendzik)
  • Date: Sun, 30 Jul 1995 21:40:52 -0400
  • Organization: Silesian University, Katowice, Poland

John L. White (crunch at s-cwis.unomaha.edu) wrote:
: 	I have tried to do a exponetial fit to a list of data from a physics
: experiment, but Mathematica does a terrible job when I do the following 
: command:  

: Exp[Fit[Log(data),{1,t},t]]

: Does anyone know of a better way?  Thanx in advance, John
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Try NonlinearFit standard package. To get info just type

In[1] := << Statistics`NonlinearFit`
In[2] := ? NonlinearFit

I think it will go. Good luck.

--Zbyszek

Zbigniew Dendzik
dendzik at usctoux1.cto.us.edu.pl


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