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Fitting the solution of a differential equation to a data set

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  • Subject: [mg113263] Fitting the solution of a differential equation to a data set
  • From: Timm Florian Gloger <timm.gloger at gmail.com>
  • Date: Thu, 21 Oct 2010 07:01:54 -0400 (EDT)

Hi list,

given a set of data (e.g. {x,y} pairs) and a theoretical model described by
a differential equation (with some free parameters) that cannot be solved analytically, I am searching for
a way to somehow use Mathematica to fit the numerical solution of the equation
to the data set.

Unfortunately I failed to utilize FindFit and NDSolve on this behalf (which might very well be due to my lack
of experience with Mathematica...).
Any suggestions on how to do this?

Kind regards,
Timm


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