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From: Philip Rhoades <phil@pr...>  20090130 13:26:29

Felipe, That was just an example  I think the family of curves are more likely to look like the attached  it would be nice if there was some automatic equation extraction method . . Thanks, Phil. Felipe Sanches wrote: > well... that curve looks like half of a gaussian curve. And people > usually model things using gaussian ditributions in statistics. > > On Fri, Jan 30, 2009 at 10:26 AM, Philip Rhoades <phil@...> wrote: >> Felipe, >> >> I have a statistical relationship in mind and I find it is convenient to >> use Inkscape to create the graphs of what I think it should look like >> under different conditions. Having done that, it would be nice to be >> able to extract the formula for each curve that I have drawn. The curve >> of the relationship that I am thinking of should have only a single y >> value for each x coordinate, so it should be a function. >> >> Thanks, >> >> Phil. >> >> >> > From: Felipe Sanches <felipe.sanches@...>  20090130 02:02 >> > well.. maybe. >> >> > it is a bezier curve. It is a parametric curve whose coordinates are >> > defined by quadractic equations: >> >> > x(t) = a*t² + b*t + c >> > y(t) = d*t² + e*t + f >> >> > finding the values of a,b,c,d,e and f involves looking at the >> > coordinates of the control points of that curve and doing a bit of >> > math >> >> > Not all bezier curves can be described as 1 parameter functions, >> > though... I think that it is indeed possible to do that with the one >> > you provided since it appears to have a single y value for each x >> > coordinate, thus it satisfy the requirements to be called a function. >> >> > what are you trying to do with this math stuff? >> >> >> > On Thu, Jan 29, 2009 at 10:14 PM, Philip Rhoades <phil@...> wrote: >> > > People, >> > >> > > Is there a way of extracting the formula for the curve from the >> attached svg >> > > ie in something resembling a conventional y = f(x) format? >> > >> > > Thanks, >> > >> > > Phil. >> >  >> > Philip Rhoades >> > >> > GPO Box 3411 >> > Sydney NSW 2001 >> > Australia >> > Email: phil@... >>  >> Philip Rhoades >> >> GPO Box 3411 >> Sydney NSW 2001 >> Australia >> Email: phil@... >> >>  >> This SF.net email is sponsored by: >> SourcForge Community >> SourceForge wants to tell your story. >> http://p.sf.net/sfu/sfspreadtheword >> _______________________________________________ >> Inkscapeuser mailing list >> Inkscapeuser@... >> https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/inkscapeuser >>  Philip Rhoades GPO Box 3411 Sydney NSW 2001 Australia Email: phil@... 