For my time series and spectral analysis class i need to graph something like in the attachment. i need to have 100 numbers that are connected like that, and then 'add' them to a sinusiodal wave to create a real life wave - with noise.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

How would i do this using mathematica??

I can easily generate a whole bunch of random numbers with ranging values but how would i make it such taht all the numbers are in ascending order and go from 0 to at least 2 pi?

would i use numerous Random[x] and then arrange them (how?) in ascending order??

Please help!!

Thank you in advance for your input

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# Graphing noise (mathematica)

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