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RKTCD
12/24/12 06:37am

Thanks all.

I tried both of those. The first one multiplies each item up, its easier to see when you look at the test function x^2

Plot[Sum[testFunc[x + theta], {theta, -Pi/2, Pi/2, Pi/4}], {x, -60,
60}, PlotRange -> All]

What I want is to be able to map the total of any multiple of a certain number to zero.

The second one does the opposite thing mapping the result from zero to all multiples.

I'm still not sure how to show this for the report!

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Plotting distribution of angles RKTCD 12/20/12 05:58am
Re: Plotting distribution of angles Bill Simpson 12/20/12 9:48pm
Re: Plotting distribution of angles Michael 12/21/12 3:46pm
Re: Plotting distribution of angles RKTCD 12/24/12 06:37am
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