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 Oct23 comment Given f[1] … f[k], k = 1, 2, 3… how do one find the general function f[n]? @ShutaoTang I quickly scrambled it together in inkscape, but with some effort it could be done more beautifully in LaTeX. Oct23 awarded Enlightened Oct23 awarded Nice Answer Oct16 awarded Yearling Sep30 awarded Explainer Sep24 awarded Autobiographer Sep14 awarded Nice Question Jul31 comment Given f[1] … f[k], k = 1, 2, 3… how do one find the general function f[n]? @Mr.Wizard Thanks for the edit! I knew someone would come up with a more concise way to code it. I'm not surprised it's you! :) Jul30 revised Given f[1] … f[k], k = 1, 2, 3… how do one find the general function f[n]? improved formatting and syntax, additional information Jul30 answered Given f[1] … f[k], k = 1, 2, 3… how do one find the general function f[n]? Jul2 awarded Curious Jun26 revised How can a power of 0 or 1 be replaced? added functionality, fixed screwed-up order Jun26 answered How can a power of 0 or 1 be replaced? May29 revised How to create an inverse pole figure color map simplified code May29 accepted How to create an inverse pole figure color map May28 awarded Self-Learner May28 answered How to create an inverse pole figure color map May8 comment How to create an inverse pole figure color map Sadly I don't have any further information. At the moment, your visual reproduction is absolutely sufficient, thanks a lot! If I ever find out more about the color map, I'll add that information to the question. May8 asked How to create an inverse pole figure color map Oct16 awarded Yearling