Solution curves for Diff Eq

*Subject*: [mg2948] Solution curves for Diff Eq*From*: scawa at intersurf.net ("Stephen L. McConnell")*Date*: 14 Jan 1996 05:28:25 -0600*Approved*: usenet@wri.com*Distribution*: local*Newsgroups*: wri.mathgroup*Organization*: Louisiana State University*Sender*: mj at wri.com

I am using Mathematica to play around with solution curves of differential equations. I can get the plot to do multiple solution curves in some cases, but when the curve is not within the plot range, my version of mathematica goes crazy with a recurssive call. Is there a way to write a function which will take a diffeq, solve it, and plot a set of solution curves for a list of initial values or BVPs? Thanks ahead of time. -- \\|// //=================== (0-0) ======================================// // ____/___oOO_(_)_OOo__ scawa at chrs1.chem.lsu.edu // // ( / /_ \ / /_ scawa at intersurf.com // // _________) / /__ \/ /__ // // If you are not part of the solution, "Phase diagrams are // // you are part of the problem (or maybe your friend" // // a colloidal suspension or a --Brian Hales Ph.D. // // precipitant). // //==================================================================//