Manipulating a table

*To*: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net*Subject*: [mg111787] Manipulating a table*From*: navillus5 <skelligs at gmail.com>*Date*: Fri, 13 Aug 2010 06:56:09 -0400 (EDT)

Hi - This is my first post. I am a long time mathematica user, but I still end up getting stuck on some things... I have used the Table function to generate output from the Solve function for a range of values... f = f /. case1 This generates a list, but I end up with double {{ and I can not figure out how to get from here to a 1-D list such that I could use ListPlot, etc... {{5.71429}, {11.4286}, {17.1429}, {22.8571}, {28.5714}, {34.2857}, {40.}, {45.7143}, {51.4286}, {57.1429}, {62.8571}, {68.5714}, {74.2857}, {80.}, {85.7143}, {91.4286}, {97.1429}} I ideally want to generate three plots f(M), a(M), b(M) - I have all the data, but I am just not able to get it into the right format case1 = Table[sol3 = Solve[{ f == m*a, -M + f*r == I*b, a == b*r}, {f, a, b}], {M, 1, 17}]; I then use a replacement rule to extract a list of one of variables Any help would be greatly appreciated.