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## Re: [Help-gsl] Help with multifit non-linear Least Squares

**From**: |
Joakim Hove |

**Subject**: |
Re: [Help-gsl] Help with multifit non-linear Least Squares |

**Date**: |
Mon, 01 Nov 2004 08:00:15 +0100 |

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address@hidden writes:
>* [... ] I have experimental y[i] and t[i] data for the equation*
>
>* y= ( t^2 ) / ( t-f ) [1]*
>
>* which is a rotated hyperbola. I am using aliased the example from the*
>* documentation of gsl, and because i've never done fiting before, could*
>* somebody help me on: is this a fitable function? *
Well, why not. Might get problems if (t == f) of course.
>* *
>* ----------------------------------------------------------------------*
>* If you wan't to help me somehow you can execute (in bash shell) the*
>* following command and you'll see the program output at once (and where the*
>* problem is)*
>* ----------------------------------------------------------------------*
>* wget http://finsler.math.uoa.gr/~petmakris/publish/3.3.tar.gz \*
>* && tar -xvzf 3.3.tar.gz && cd 3.3/c && make run*
>* ----------------------------------------------------------------------*
If you want spesific help it is usually smarter to post a (as trimmed
down version as possible) version of the source directly in the
posting.
Anyway - I did the wget dance, and I am quite sure the error is the
'i' on line ~ 199.
Joakim
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