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Is it possible to solve differential equations in JMP ?
May 14, 2016 10:08 PM(10058 views)
Hello All ,
I would like to know if it is possible to solve differential equations in JMP ? If yes - can you please post an example showing how to do it or provide any blog posts that explain this ? If no - can some one explain why not ?
Note : I do not wish to invoke Matlab to achieve this .
There are at least two ways to calculate a derivative or at least save the formula for the first derivative.
For the first way you need to save a formula or create a formula column. To take the derivative go to the column of interest, right click on the column header and then click Formula. When the formula editor opens you will see the formula and you must select which variable you want to take your derivative with respect to.
The second way is in the nonlinear platform. You again need to create a model, but instead of saving the prediction formula you will save the formula for the first derivative.
You can also specify that you want second derivatives and/or numeric only derivatives in the nonlinear platform model dialogue.