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Re: NonlinearFit problem


The algorithm uses model's first or second derivatives, and in your case the partial derivative in respect to a is not numerical at r=0 because the Log[r]-function.

D[ r^a Exp[-b r], a] = e^(-b r) r^a Log[r]
and
D[ r^a Exp[-b r], {a, 2}] = e^(-b r) r^a Log[r]^2

If you change your first datapoint to something like {0.0000001, 1.00002} instead of {0, 1.00002} the fit has no problems.


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