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# automatic plotting of hp prime lists Ln(x)

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Fn(x) := Ln(x)   does not plot in Function App. Solution development appreciated.  July 2017 firmware.

Thx much.

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Hi!, @flir :

Note : NaN = Not an Number.

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I forgot to mention that "N" in my equation for LN and FN refers to an integer in the names for List  and Function App names. I created list L2(x) from a program App.

Thanks much, FLIR student

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There is no automatic handling of lists like what you are thinking. Part of the issue with this is the possiblity of having different numbers of curves at different places. It is something on our list of improvements to get in the future though.

TW

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@flir wrote:

I forgot to mention that "N" in my equation for LN and FN refers to an integer in the names for List  and Function App names. I created list L2(x) from a program App.

Thanks much, FLIR student

The easies way to plot a list is with the help of the Statistics 1Var app.

Suppose L1 is your list, then copy it to the numeric view of the Statistics 1Var app by:

D1:=L1

In the Symbolic View enter for independent column: D1.

Choose Plot type: Line.

Now you can plot it.

It is also possible to plot it in the Function app and Statistics2 Var app.

For the case of the Function app:

In the Symbolic View enter: F1(X)=L1(X)

In second page of Plot Settings uncheck:  Grid Dots and Grid Lines and choose Method: Fixed-Step Dots.

In Plot view press the View Key and choose Decimal  or Integer.

You can now use the + and - key to zoom in or out, but you can not zoom in horizontal direction using your fingers.

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