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Replicating Excel output using Mathematica
I have 2 columns of data in Excel. One is inputs the other is outputs. I ask Excel to make a graph of that data and to fit the data to a power trendline. Excel does this and it's fine as far as it ...
Feb 14 at 23:53
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