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The built-in ones in the programming languague you are using. There is nothing special about transcendentals. If the functions are wiggly you may need several starting points to find all the roots (or even one).What numerical calculation function would be best for finding roots of transcendentals involving trig and hyperbolic trig functions?

For finding the data go back to early papers on the subject and look at what they used. Or find a reasonably recent paper and write a polite email to its youngest author.

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I was planning on just using Mathematica. Is #FindRoot a good one?

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You can check by creating some test functions of the kind you will need, plot them, and visually check whether the output of #FindRoot matches your requirements.Is #FindRoot a good one?

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Perfect, thank you.

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