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2020-04-30 17:31:25 +0100 | commented question | Can you specify an explicit curve by specifying its x,y points ? Thank you very much for the answer! so the work is in progress. That's an interesting approach. |

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2020-04-30 15:20:56 +0100 | commented question | Can you specify an explicit curve by specifying its x,y points ? Thanks for the comment. That obviously can be done and its interesting. I take it that the answer to the original question is no then? |

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2020-04-29 16:46:17 +0100 | asked a question | Can you specify an explicit curve by specifying its x,y points ? I was wondering if I can specify a curve by giving its x,y points: (0,0),(0.5, 0.25),(0.6, 0.36),(2.0, 4.0) and then do various other manipulation of this curve like, interpolation, derivative at some point, aread under the curve between two points (integral) etc? |

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