*To*: mathgroup@smc.vnet.net*Subject*: [mg10374] Re: [mg10355] curve fitting*From*: Richard Gass <gass@physics.uc.edu>*Date*: Mon, 12 Jan 1998 04:10:06 -0500

>I'm trying to fit a function of the form: f[x_]:= Exp^(a*x) > >Now, I can fit the exponential without the constant, but I'm really >interested in knowing what the constant is but I haven't found a way to >code this. Helpful suggestions? > >Dr. Paul Hanson, Ph.D. >University of Colorado, Boulder > Use the package NonlinearFit. Which can be loaded with << Statistics`NonlinearFit` the help browser gives examples of the use of NonlinearFit Richard Gass Department of Physics University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH 45221 phone- 513-556-0519 E-Mail gass@physunc.uc.edu>I'm trying to fit a function of the form: f[x_]:= Exp^(a*x)

>

>Now, I can fit the exponential without the constant, but I'm really

>interested in knowing what the constant is but I haven't found a way to

>code this. Helpful suggestions?

>

>Dr. Paul Hanson, Ph.D.

>University of Colorado, Boulder

>

Use the package NonlinearFit. Which can be loaded with

Richard Gass

Department of Physics

University of Cincinnati

Cincinnati, OH 45221

phone- 513-556-0519

E-Mail gass@physunc.uc.edu