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Topic: plotting NIntegrate
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L.W.Sterritt

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plotting NIntegrate
Posted: Jul 24, 1996 7:18 PM
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I'm plotting the numerical integration of an expression, as a function of one of the variables contained in the expression that is integrated; that is, the variable on the x-axis of the plot is a variable in the function that is integrated. The result is a few error messages stating: NIntegrate::inum:........integrand is not numerical at.....etc. That output is not a real surprise, but after printing this message 3 times, a plot is generated, which appears to be correct. Is there a way to plot the numerical integration without the error messages appearing.










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