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- Thu Dec 06, 2012 9:25 pm
- Forum: Math & Science
- Topic: Arrays, Loop Structures and Representations
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### Arrays, Loop Structures and Representations

Hi again! :) I have some doubts that I hope you can solve. I've defined two arrays ( AiModulo & AiFase ), using the arrayjob package. I've used this arrays in order to define a set of functions ( AiReal1,AiImag1,...,AiReal10,AiImag10 ), that take specific values of these arrays. At the same time...

- Thu Nov 29, 2012 11:41 am
- Forum: Math & Science
- Topic: Arrays & Functions (II)
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### Re: Arrays & Functions (II)

Please, anyone can help me with this?? I really need it...

Thanks

Thanks

- Tue Nov 27, 2012 12:41 pm
- Forum: Math & Science
- Topic: Arrays & Functions (II)
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### Re: Arrays & Functions (II)

Hi again! :) Thanks for the reply. For the moment, I must to do other things, so I will think about how to do the arctangent later... I have two doubts. At first, I attach here my code: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{pgfplots} \usepackage{xargs} \pgfplotsset{compat=1.6} \def\El{5} \def\WL{1.0} ...

- Wed Nov 21, 2012 12:26 pm
- Forum: Math & Science
- Topic: Arrays & Functions (II)
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### Re: Arrays & Functions (II)

Thanks for the reply. I've been looking at the pgfmanual , and I've found that it's possible to get the arctan of two numbers using this function: \pgfmathatantwo{x}{y} That, in my case, could be like that: \def\Ph(#1){\pgfmathparse(\FAR(#1),\FAI(#1))\pgfmathresult} But it give me so many errors, al...

- Tue Nov 20, 2012 4:37 pm
- Forum: Math & Science
- Topic: Arrays & Functions (II)
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### Arrays & Functions (II)

Hi again! (I've created a new post, because the previous post is solved) I'm sorry for disturb you again, but I have a doubt that I think could be easy to solve. In the same line I've working, I want to represent the phase of a complex number (a+j*b), where "a" is the real part and "b...

- Mon Nov 19, 2012 3:39 pm
- Forum: Math & Science
- Topic: Arrays & functions Topic is solved
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### Re: Arrays & functions Topic is solved

Hi again! I'm sorry for disturb you again, but I have a doubt that I think could be easy to solve. In the same line I've working, I want to represent the phase of a complex number (a+j*b), where "a" is the real part and "b" is the imaginary part of the number. The phase is given ...

- Sat Nov 17, 2012 10:17 pm
- Forum: Math & Science
- Topic: Arrays & functions Topic is solved
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### Re: Arrays & functions Topic is solved

Thank you so much!! I don't know how to express my gratitude to you... You've helped me so much... I really appreciate it... :D Finally, all works fine, and this is for your help and for your patience. I hope to not "annoy" you more, but if I must to do it again, I know I can trust you :D ...

- Sat Nov 17, 2012 12:19 am
- Forum: Math & Science
- Topic: Arrays & functions Topic is solved
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### Re: Arrays & functions Topic is solved

Thank you so much, that works! :-) Finally, I don't know how to indicate to the functions FAR and FAI that I want that this functions take the variable \In. In your code, you have defined this functions like: \def\FARe(#1){(\ReAi*cos(#1)*(180/pi)+\ImAi*cos(#1)*(180/pi))} \def\FAIm(#1){(\ReAi*sin(#1)...

- Fri Nov 16, 2012 9:57 pm
- Forum: Math & Science
- Topic: Arrays & functions Topic is solved
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### Re: Arrays & functions Topic is solved

Thank you so much for the help. I've updated my TEX ditribution, and finally I could get the latest version of pgfplots. I've tried to run the code, but again I get so many errors... Here is the code (the same that I posted before, with he the exception of the line that contains the compat option): ...

- Fri Nov 16, 2012 6:40 pm
- Forum: Math & Science
- Topic: Arrays & functions Topic is solved
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### Re: Arrays & functions Topic is solved

The compat option should ensure the compatibility with the specified version is given. Thanks for the reply. I don't know what do you refer with the "compat option"... I don't know that... I've updated my TEX distribution (MiKTex), and I've downloaded from CTAN the latest version of pgfpl...