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Bill Simpson
02/03/13 00:03am

Here is a quick impression.

I'm assuming just displaying whether it gets over the net or not will be the desired information.

I'm assuming whether or not it gets over the net will gracefully decrease as the speed decreases.

That makes me think of something like a contour plot with one contour for each speed and the points on the contour be the height,angle.

So can you look at
http://reference.wolfram.com/mathematica/ref/ContourPlot.html
or
http://reference.wolfram.com/mathematica/ref/ListContourPlot.html
and find a way to get one contour for each speed?

I suppose you might even think about a 3D plot where the points speed,height,angle where it just barely makes it over the net make up the surface.

Does any of this give you ideas for how to start?

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ways to analysis results Matt Dean 02/02/13 06:15am
Re: ways to analysis results Bill Simpson 02/03/13 00:03am
Re: ways to analysis results yehuda 02/03/13 03:09am
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