## Exponential Fitting -SCILAB

I have written a code that will exponentially fit a given set of data-points.(Yfit=c*e^(a*x)) The procedure is based on least square approximation, which,…

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# Month: March 2016

## Exponential Fitting -SCILAB

## Abdicate

## Defining a Periodic Function in SCILAB

## English Dictionary in csv format

## English Dictionary – A SCILAB Module

## Making SCILAB ‘Smarter’

## Equation Solver (eqnsolver) – SCILAB Toolbox

## Polynomial Fitting – SCILAB

## Linear Fitting – SCILAB

## Calculating Fourier Series and plotting it -SCILAB

I have written a code that will exponentially fit a given set of data-points.(Yfit=c*e^(a*x)) The procedure is based on least square approximation, which,…

Read MoreManas SharmaI’m a physicist specializing in computational material science with a PhD in Physics from Friedrich-Schiller University Jena, Germany. I write efficient codes…

Read MoreWhile working on Fourier Series or some other Mathematical Problem, you might sometime have to work with Periodic Functions. Periodic Functions are those…

Read MoreI was working on a project on an English Dictionary for Scilab where I made use of a dictionary in a csv file.…

Read MoreHere is my first step towards making a digital assistant inside SCILAB. (Download) What it does is pretty basic. It gives you the…

Read MoreEver since I was introduced to Scilab I have been fascinated by it’s versatility and ease of use. It’s power never ceases to…

Read More‘eqnsolver’ is a SCILAB toolbox that provides various functions to estimate the root of any equation by Numerical Methods. The equation can be…

Read MoreI have written a code that will calculate the coefficients of the polynomial that will best fit a given set of data-points. The…

Read MoreI have written a code that will calculate the equation of the best fit-line for a given set of data-points. The procedure is…

Read MoreIn the last post I showed you guys how to calculate Fourier Coefficients for a given function defined in the range, [-l,l]. We…

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