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Javier
10/25/12 2:28pm

The problem I have is the following.
I define a bidim. function:

test[x_, y_] := x + y;

I want to map it to later interpolate so I have tried doing this:

TEST = Table[{{x, y }, test[x, y ]}, {x, 0, 2}, {y, 1, 2}];

and this is the output:

{{?{{0, 1}, 1}, {{0, 2}, 2}}, {{{1, 1}, 2}, {{1, 2}, 3}}?, {?{{2, 1},
3}, {{2, 2}, 4}}?}

The curly brackets between the ? (which I have added just to sign the { ) make that interpolate interprets a group of {?{{x1,y1},f11},{{x1,y2},f12}...}? as a single point so it gives an error. I do not know how to make the 2dim data list properly.
Thanks in advance for you answer.

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Map a bidimensional function and interpolate Javier 10/25/12 2:28pm
Re: Map a bidimensional function and interpolate David 10/25/12 10:55pm
Re: Re: Map a bidimensional function and interp... Javier 10/26/12 1:34pm
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