[R] aproximate a titration kurve to the measure data.
k.tom at hispeed.ch
Thu Oct 1 19:18:38 CEST 2009
yes, halo thank you.
my measure data:
v2 <- c(0, 2, 4, 6, 6.2, 6.4, 6.6, 6.8, 7, 7.2, 7.4, 7.6, 7.8, 8, 10, 12,
ph2 <- c(12.10, 11.94, 11.68, 11.11, 10.91, 10.74, 10.47, 9.71, 7.1, 4.24,
3.3, 3.08, 2.98, 2.86, 2.33, 2.11, 1.98)
> This should be possible, even with automatic EP detection.
> Can you give use some example titration data, or the used matlab code?
> If you want some introduction papers to R, take a look at the documents at
> CRAN (CRAN > other)
> awayguy wrote:
>> i'm studying chemistry, today we made an experiment and i have to draw a
>> titration kurve for my mess data. we can do it on a mm paper, or we can
>> also use a programe. people from chemistry recomend "R"
>> last year i studied civil eng. and we used Matlab, as I see, R ist very
>> similar to it, but its got other comands.
>> But i think R would be a good help for some exercises.
>> so my main question is: i have some measurement data from my titration,
>> and I want aproximate a kurve to this data. is it possible to do it with
>> a titration kurve looks like this:
>> hope you can help me, and yes when its possible, if you know something
>> like a tutorial then i would be glad if you could post it.
>> with regards
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