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Re: plotting singular functions

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  • Subject: [mg12839] Re: [mg12770] plotting singular functions
  • From: Sean Ross <seanross at>
  • Date: Fri, 12 Jun 1998 18:15:16 -0400
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James Perry wrote:
> Hello Mathgroup,
>         Does anyone know a way of setting up a singular function, say something
> like f[r_,ro_]:=Log[r - ro] so that it has a finite but perhaps large
> value at the singular point so that it can be plotted? I'm looking
> through the manual (Mathematica Book) now,  hoping to find something
> there. Thought someone may have a way of doing this or have some
> experience with plotting singular functions....
> Thanks for any help,
> JP

Something like:

f[r_,ro_/;(Abs[r-r0]<somevalue)]:=singular function

f[r_,ro_]=normal function


	singular function,
	default function

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