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Simple Mathematica QuestionCould someone tell me how I would go about plotting a function in Mathematica over say, x^2? or sqrt(x)?
Thanks! |

Re: Simple Mathematica QuestionQuote:
http://www.physicsforums.com/forumdisplay.php?f=189 To do this use Plot[x^2,{x,-3,3}] which is documented here http://reference.wolfram.com/mathematica/ref/Plot.html or when you are running the software hit <f1> and when the help browser pops up type in Plot or any other likely keyword you want documentation on. Mathematica is fanatic about exact use of {} versus [] versus (), := versus = versus == versus even === and correct capitalization. Make an error in any one of those and you will get possibly incomprehensible error messages. |

Re: Simple Mathematica QuestionThanks!
Edit: Gah, replied before I really looked over what you said! Yeah, I know how I should go about plotting a function like that. What I am looking for is something similar to LogPlot, but where the scale of the x axis can be changed to another function. |

Re: Simple Mathematica QuestionQuote:
Exactly what are you wanting to plot? |

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