This guide focuses on how to make graphs and abstract physical information from data using a personal computer. This tutorial program/book package covers the elements of curve fitting and statistical treatment of data and numerical analysis. Taking a step-by-step approach, the book, the program, and the accompanying data files are designed to demonstrate common errors and pitfalls. It contains examples from analytical chemistry, chemical engineering and biochemistry. For those engineers and/or scientists who want to easily make graphs and plot physical information from data with a microcomputer.software and self-instruction for scientists and engineers Joseph H. Noggle. 9.3 ROOTS OF EQUATIONS One of the possibilities on the Evaluate menu is finding roots of the model (aquot;X-calcaquot;); polynomials for example. To find the (real) roots of a anbsp;...
|Title||:||Practical curve fitting and data analysis|
|Author||:||Joseph H. Noggle|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 1993|