Re: How to extract values from ListPlot
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- Subject: [mg81466] Re: How to extract values from ListPlot
- From: dh <dh at metrohm.ch>
- Date: Mon, 24 Sep 2007 04:20:12 -0400 (EDT)
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it looks odd to me if you have data, then make a plot and afterwards
try to extract data from the plot. The direct way would be to obtain
data points by interpolation. Look up Interpolation in the manual.
hope this helps, Daniel
vickyisai at gmail.com wrote:
> I use Mathematica 5.2.
> I generated a CDF function (cumulative distribution function) using
> I get a continuous plot, and now I want to sample this graph i
> obtained , that is I want to extract values of this graph at 560
> different location. (even if its range is 256, as in my case).
> How can i extract value from this plot. If I want to extract say 1000
> samples and my range is of this plot is 256 , i need to extract values
> at non integer locations also.
> How to do that.
> I don't have Image Processing package.
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