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Re: help: how to fit a list of data in two dimensions

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  • Subject: [mg113705] Re: help: how to fit a list of data in two dimensions
  • From: Alexei Boulbitch <alexei.boulbitch at iee.lu>
  • Date: Mon, 8 Nov 2010 05:38:33 -0500 (EST)

Hi,

try FindFit. You should of coarse, have a guess of an explicit form of the function
f(time, kc,kr). Basing on your question it is impossible to tell you more.

Have fun, Alexei



Hello everyone and thanks for your help.
I have the following problem, I have ten lists of
numbers:p1,p2,p3.......
p1={{41., 4.27541}, {41., 4.27576}, {41., 4.27518}, {41.,
4.27506},.......}
p2=.........etc

the lists of numbers are data where the first term is time and second
a concentration: {time,concentration}
now I have a function where the concentration is a function of the
time and 2 other parameters: c=f(kr, kc, time).

How to fit the lists of data  {time,c} with c=f(time, kc,kr) by
finding the couple {kr,kc} for each list?
In other words I'd like to find 10 couples of {kr,kc} fitting the
equation c=f(time, kc,kr)

Thanks again all of you.

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