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I have been trying for over an hour now to get the numeric value for "HalfLifeN" from the code in the screenshot below. Not to mention mathematica simplifies $e^{ln(x)}$ to $ 2^x$, which I don't want it to do.

I can work through this by hand, but I would really prefer not to. Is there any way I can access the values of "HalfLifeN" even though they are internal to the nlmf function?

Thank you.

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My temporary workaround was to use a different variable not dependent of Log2, and then copy and past it to solve for the half life. enter image description here

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    $\begingroup$ Please provide code instead of screenshots. This will make dealing with your input much easier. $\endgroup$ – Jinxed Apr 23 '15 at 8:38
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Flatten[#["BestFitParameters"][[All, 2]] & /@ {data1Fit, data2Fit, data3Fit}]

or

{HalfLife1, HalfLife2, HalfLife3 } /.
   Flatten[ #["BestFitParameters"] &/@ {data1Fit, data2Fit, data3Fit}]
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