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I am a graduate student in Mechanical Engineering (Control Theory and Mechanical Systems Area) with an interest in Maths.


Apr
4
reviewed No Action Needed Perl.exe has stopped working
Apr
3
revised Make a specific dashed parabola curve connecting two points in Tikz
Removed tags that aren't needed
Apr
1
reviewed Close Ibid for citations with same title and page
Mar
31
accepted TikZ, PGFPlots, or GNUplot: plotting a curve without the known function
Mar
30
reviewed Close Why there's a page difference between the title of the paper and the abstract?
Mar
30
reviewed Close Problems labeling an arrow
Mar
30
accepted Adjusting a block diagram
Mar
30
comment Adjusting a block diagram
What about number 2?
Mar
30
asked Adjusting a block diagram
Mar
29
answered TikZ, PGFPlots, or GNUplot: plotting a curve without the known function
Mar
29
comment TikZ, PGFPlots, or GNUplot: plotting a curve without the known function
@JosephWright I have estimated the solution to be 1-\frac{e^{-\zeta t \omega } \sin \left(\sec (\zeta )+\sqrt{1-\zeta ^2} t \omega \right)}{\sqrt{1-\zeta ^2}} were zeta = \sqrt{\frac{1}{1+\left(\frac{\pi }{\log (4)}\right)^2}} and \omega = \frac{100 \pi }{\sqrt{1-\zeta ^2}}
Mar
29
reviewed Approve suggested edit on TikZ, PGFPlots, or GNUplot: plotting a curve without the known function
Mar
29
comment TikZ, PGFPlots, or GNUplot: plotting a curve without the known function
@JosephWright I am not necessarily looking for an exact plot just something that has this behavior since we can always re label the axes. I think it may be possible to mimic this with TeX alone. I just don't know where or how to start without the equation.
Mar
29
asked TikZ, PGFPlots, or GNUplot: plotting a curve without the known function
Mar
28
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
27
reviewed Close Overline thickness
Mar
26
comment vectorized pdf in latex : i can't see the letters/numbers
It may just be the PDF viewer. Have you tried zooming in? If it is viewable then, it will print fine.
Mar
26
reviewed Leave Closed listings: Copy to clipboard feature?
Mar
26
reviewed Close Font messed up in print, but looks good on the screen?
Mar
25
awarded  Notable Question