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timothy s. kochanski
01/25/04 01:38am

after setting up my program the following bit of code produces the output below. The output demonstrates that with decreasing cost for firm 1 and constant costs for firm 2, over iterations firm 1's profits increase while firm 2's remain constant. What I want to do is capture in a plot the collection of data points produced (profits for firm 1 and firm 2) from x=1 to x=10. In other words the output below is f[x] data for firm 1 and f[x] data for firm 2. I want to combine this data with varying levels of x (a time variable) and plot profit for firm 1 and firm 2 over time.

For[i = 1, i < 5, i++, Print[CournotProfit1];
Print[CournotProfit2];
Cost1 = Cost1 - .1Cost1;
CournotProfit1 = Simplify[q1cournot*(Pcournot - Cost1)];
CournotProfit2 = Simplify[q2cournot*(Pcournot - Cost2)]]

11.796
7.11111

11.8609
7.11111

11.9192
7.11111

11.9718
7.11111

etc....

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How to Append output to a list, then plot. timothy s. k... 01/25/04 01:38am
Re: How to Append output to a list, then plot. Henry Lamb 01/29/04 01:53am
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