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Complicated Graph

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  • Subject: [mg31850] Complicated Graph
  • From: Yannis.Paraskevopoulos at ubsw.com
  • Date: Fri, 7 Dec 2001 05:56:43 -0500 (EST)
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

Hi,


I want to plot a rather complicated graph (for my standards):

given some series (x) which is (1000 X 1) with values fluctuating 
between, say, -50 to 50, draw per 100 points the Normal PDF and 
presented rotated to the right and super-imposed on the plot of x.  
Ideally the procedure would take those 100 points (at each time) find 
mean (mu) and variance (v) and use them to derive the 
p(i)=Plot[PDF[NormalDistribution[mu,v]]...], then will  display 
together the rotates p(i) with list plot for x, where i=1...,10 in this 
case.



Thanks a lot for any effort to help me


Best regards


yannis


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