# Tagged Questions

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### Extracting the function from InterpolatingFunction object

I've used Interpolation[] to generate an InterpolatingFunction object from a list of integers. ...
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### How to work with lists of functions

I have some lists of interpolated functions and I want to know if there is an easy way to operate with them. A simplified example: ...
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### Is linear interpolation applicable here

From my understanding about Linear Interpolation especially of that of Newton's Divided Difference Polynomial, we could get the value of F(x) from the given set of ...
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### Interpolation of a table with 4 parameters

I have a huge data file which I need to do some analysis on it. The file is built in this way that for each 4 variables, there is a value of the function: ...
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### How can the behavior of InterpolationOrder->0 be controlled?

In ListPlot and Interpolation, the option InterpolationOrder->0 uses two different ...
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### Solve 1-D function that has 2-D interpolating functions

I need some helps on NDSolve. Here are my equations: ...
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### Interpolating a function of two variables

I am trying to create the interpolating function for a function of two variables, over a finite area. Just for consistency we can think of a function: ...
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### How to find Matano plane

I have discrete collection of data points (10 to 10^4). I want to describe them by a continuous function and find a x value z, ...
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### FunctionInterpolation Errors / Question re Evaluation Order and Options

I have using Mathematica functions that takes a Cartesian coordinate relative to the Earth (xyz) and converts it to a latitude, longitude, and altitude (lla). And here it is: ...
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### Mapping and Interpolation

Does Mathematica have a mapping function like scipy or any of the multidimensional ones? By this I mean something like mapping $[1,100]$ onto $[7,20]$ for example. Looking at Interpolate I only ...
Suppose I have an InterpolatingFunction object defined on $[\epsilon,1]$; let's call it f. What is the best way to construct a ...