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Other basic examples

I invite you to go to the Basic fitting mode and try to recover each Basic-1,2,3,4,5 examples and study them. I think they are self explainatory.

I would like to point to you that if your function can be written as the sum of different functions like in

\end{displaymath} (1)

you have the possibility to produce plots where each function $f_1$, $f_2$,... is represented by lines of your choosing. In order to obtain this you write the following
y=a \mbox{$\backslash$+} bx
\end{displaymath} (2)

as your function and compile it.
Figure 10: Straight line curve fit with each component shown.
Fig. 10 was produced after selecting dashed and dot dashed curves in red and green colors for the two components in the plot menu.

Pedro SebastiĆ£o 2009-11-16