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fit funtion to the Sun electron fluxes data
I'd like to fit a function to the Sun's electrons flux data (blue dots), please note that x,y axis are in the log scale. The green dots are the "best" fit from the gnuplot program. I have taken the ...
Jul 20 '12 at 12:27
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