On 4/23/2013 10:19 PM, Murat wrote: > dpb <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message <email@example.com>... >> On 4/23/2013 11:18 AM, Murat wrote: >> > i got some progress in my programme. now i have a question ; how can i >> > get the curves smooth in this codes? ; >> > >> ... >> >> Well, Q and Qs look pretty smooth to me as is...h0 and f not so much. >> >> I guess the answer to the question depends on what you think "smooth" >> is--you might start w/ the BasicFitting toolbox and see what you think >> of its selection of splines. >> >> -- >> > > > > thank you for your reply > > i mean as in the image h0 and f has no edge. they are like curves as in > the x^2. am i clear now? > http://img401.imageshack.us/img401/1750/3yaxeswith2common.png
Well, they were fortunate to have data points that were/are much smoother. You'll have to smudge your data or use a fitted functional smoothing function as suggested -- but it won't then represent the actual datapoints you have as well.
That's the point was making before--you'll have to decide what's more important--beauty or the data. Be careful if it's experimental data of misrepresenting reality if this is anything other than an exercise, however.