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Henri Garcia
04/30/12 8:42pm

I have fit several parts of my data with the command:
Table[Fit[PortionData[[(i - 1)*5000 + 1 ;; i*5000]], {1, x}, x], {i,5}]

and the results are:
{553.639+ 0.105118 x,
1686.86+ 0.0786843 x,
2510.24+ 0.0705797 x,
8737.44+ 0.0519555 x,
9561.36+ 0.0509397 x}

I would like to strip off the y intercepts from the slopes and plot them separately. How do I do this? (I thought that Do[] or While[] would be easier, but they gave no output....yes, I am a newbie... thanks, HG



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Author Date Posted
stripping off coefficients Henri Garcia 04/30/12 8:42pm
Re: stripping off coefficients Patrick 05/01/12 2:49pm
Re: stripping off coefficients Henri Garcia 05/01/12 7:41pm
Re: Re: stripping off coefficients Peter Pein 05/03/12 04:46am
Re: Re: Re: stripping off coefficients Henri Garcia 05/05/12 5:12pm
Re: stripping off coefficients yehuda ben-s... 05/02/12 09:32am
Re: Re: stripping off coefficients Henri Garcia 05/05/12 5:14pm
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