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Interpolating data

  • To: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net
  • Subject: [mg64086] Interpolating data
  • From: "Noga" <nogarybko at yahoo.com>
  • Date: Wed, 1 Feb 2006 04:34:17 -0500 (EST)
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

Hi,
I'm trying to use the function "Interpolate" on a data of the kind:

aaa = {{0,
    3, -4.7202`}, {0, 7, 17.5902`}, {-20, 0, -0.418`}, {-10, 0,
17.3249`}, {0,
       0, -9.9187`}, {5,
        0, -46.7828`}, {17.5`, 0, -51.2055`}, {-15, 5, -5.1367`}, {
      7.5`, 5, 17.2389`}, {-17.5`, 10, -4.0567`}, {-5, 10, 17.4435`},
{0, 10,
      16.4173`}, {5, 10, 9.0035`}, {0, 12.5`, 9.4378`}, {0, 15,
        15.1786`}, {0, 17.5`, 15.3475`}, {0, -2, -54.6795`}, {20, 0, \
17.5902`}, {10, 0, 17.3249`}, {-5, 0, -9.9187`}};

I couldn't understant why it can't do it.

Thanks for your Help
Noga


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