Re: Fitting with a power embedded in a integration
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- Subject: [mg88493] Re: Fitting with a power embedded in a integration
- From: Jean-Marc Gulliet <jeanmarc.gulliet at gmail.com>
- Date: Tue, 6 May 2008 06:44:36 -0400 (EDT)
- Organization: The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK
- References: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Dear all,
> I don't know how to fit my data with a power embedded in
> a integration, and can't find related answer in this forum.
> This is the function I want to fit
> \*SubsuperscriptBox[\(\[Integral]\), \(w\), \(R\)]\(c*
> SuperscriptBox[\(x\), \(-p\)]
> \*SuperscriptBox[\(x\), \(2\)] -
> \*SuperscriptBox[\(w\), \(2\)]\)]] \[DifferentialD]x\)\)
> w is variable, R is a parameter, and c, p is parameters should
> be fitted.
> I can't find a way to simplified the power law to log form
> so that can't avoid the trouble while fit the power law.
> Thanks a lot for your help!
I believe you are using a version prior to 6.0, in this case you should
use the _InputForm_ when copying an expression from a Mathematica
notebook to an email client: select the cell(s) you want to include in
your email, then within the *Cell* menu select either *Convert To* or
*Display As* and choose *InputForm*. Finally, copy and paste as usual.
As posted, the expression is rendered in a weird (nonsensical) way on my
system when copied and pasted.
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