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help with LogPlot?
Posted: Aug 21, 1996 2:17 AM
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I'm having a problem. I have a function, f[x] which I want to do a
LogPlot of, but although it evaluates at individual points, I get an Out
of Memory error when I try to do the LogPlot. Regular plot works alright.

I put a debugging line in f[x] which prints out the value that is being
evaluated. When I attempt to use LogPlot, the value printed out by this
is a single "x", explaining why it crashes, since the return value is
non-numerical. However, I don't know why it would be doing this. The line in question
is:
LogPlot[f[x], {x, 10, 232}] which I believe is syntactically correct.

If anyone has any ideas or suggestions, please e-mail

koffman@students.uiuc.edu







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