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Hi, I am a mathematics student interested in various field. i.e. Functional Analysis, Topology, Real Analysis, Measure Theory and Operator Theory. My background in mathematics is not solid (not doing mathematics for quite some time after my degree) but I am looking forward to relearn from this site. Being a self-learner of the above subjects, I do make mistakes (sometimes serious mistakes) but I am looking forward to have anyone to correct my mistakes. After all, we learned from our mistakes. If you want to communicate with me, I can be contacted at sandra.conor@yahoo.com


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Jan
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comment Plotting discrete data but not using discreteplot function
thank you so much for these changes and explanation. I had voted this as the answer and thank you!
Jan
17
accepted Plotting discrete data but not using discreteplot function
Jan
17
comment Plotting discrete data but not using discreteplot function
Amazing! May I know why are the labels "f,cesaro" on the left of y axis while "partial sum" on the right hand side of y-axis? When I use Plot function, I plot all diagrams based on x-axis. I am not sure if the two graph of cesaro and the partial is correct but I am certain the function graph is correct.
Jan
17
comment Plotting discrete data but not using discreteplot function
Oh, this edited version looks good! Now that you had inserted the cesaro means graph, do you think it is possible to combine the partial sums graph into it so that there are altogether three graphs? The function as shown in the diagram is in red while the cesaro is in blue. Perhaps we can have the partial sums line as black if possible. I look forward to your help kguler. Amazing updates indeed.
Jan
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revised Plotting discrete data but not using discreteplot function
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Jan
16
comment Plotting discrete data but not using discreteplot function
@whuber: I had re-edited the post. Do let me know if it is not clear and I will try to improve it again.
Jan
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revised Plotting discrete data but not using discreteplot function
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Jan
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revised Plotting discrete data but not using discreteplot function
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Jan
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accepted Plotting partial sums and its Cesàro means
Jan
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asked Plotting discrete data but not using discreteplot function
Jan
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accepted Plotting Fresnel function
Jan
15
comment Plotting Fresnel function
So discreteplot is my only choice after all in order for me to graph these type of functions. I am trying to plot like the second diagram you had posted above but to no avail. Thanks Platomaniac. You had solve a lot of my queries with Mathematica.
Jan
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revised Plotting Fresnel function
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Jan
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comment Plotting Fresnel function
Oops! I see. I think I had a mistake in my post as I just copy and paste. The s[k_, x_] part is wrong. This is one of my tryout for the function Pi/2 - Abs[x] with its correspondence s[k_, x_] but for my actual Sqrt[Abs[Mod[x, 2 Pi, -Pi]]] I can't find its partial sums due to this Fresnel function.
Jan
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comment Plotting Fresnel function
I had modified my post above. I am not trying to graph this function but I am trying to graph this in another terms. Do look at my code above.
Jan
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revised Plotting Fresnel function
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Jan
15
comment Graph a Function with general conditions
Oh this is special. I have never seen this before, whuber. THanks.
Jan
15
asked Plotting Fresnel function
Jan
15
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